OSHA’S Part 1904 – Injury and Illness Reporting and Recordkeeping Rules Revised and Expanded
In May 2016, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) revised its injury and illness reporting and recordkeeping rule. The revised rule requires some establishments, such as utilities, department stores, and amusement parks, among others, to electronically submit their data. The new rules not only require electronic reporting, but also include enhanced employee rights measures.
To learn more about the changes and to see frequently asked questions regarding this rule, download OSHA’S Part 1904 Injury and Illness Reporting and Recordkeeping Rules.
About MRC Workforce Strategies
Marsh Risk Consulting’s (MRC) Workforce Strategies Practice can conduct health and safety recordkeeping and reporting system audits and provide implementation support and training for any affected organization concerned about the revised rule and OSHA’s compliance requirements. Our experts can also help with assessing the current state of an organization’s health and safety programs and developing strategic solutions aimed at reducing injury rates and associated costs.
For more information about these solutions, please contact your local MRC or Marsh representative. You can also speak with one of MRC’s Workforce Strategies Practice experts by calling us at 866-9AtRisk (866-928-7475).