Reporting Injuries and Illnesses:

Are You Collecting the Right Data for OSHA Recordkeeping?

The March 2 reporting deadline is looming for OSHA’s annual recordkeeping preparation of occupational injuries and illnesses. Are you ready?

Get our latest Insight Report, “Reporting Injuries and Illnesses: Are You Collecting the Right Data for OSHA Recordkeeping,” and find out what you need to know. Learn about:

  • OSHA’s recordkeeping rules
  • What should and should not be recorded
  • Why under-reporting continues to be a problem for many
  • How technology that can improve recordkeeping
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