OSHA recently released its final rule to revise its Recording and Reporting Occupational Injuries and Illnesses regulation, and is postponing enforcement of it until November 1, 2016. Jon Hoag will cover OSHA’s new position and provide best practices for implementing new policies.
Participants will learn:
- Requirements under the new electronic reporting regulations
- New recordkeeping and mandatory reporting regulations
- OSHA’s new requirements on drug testing policies and how to respond
- Key elements employers must adopt in their drug testing policies to ensure compliance;
- How incentive/bonus programs may lead to OSHA citations
- How to maintain documentation in preparation for OSHA inspections and to decrease exposure to citations