OSHA Delays Electronic Record-Keeping Rule Compliance Date

The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration will delay the July 1 compliance date for the electronic submission of the 2016 Form 300A, the agency said Wednesday.

The record-keeping rule requires certain employers submit injury and illness data electronically. The rule applies to establishments with 250 or more employees and establishments with less than 250 employees but 20 or more in certain high-risk industries.

Experts say that there is still some uncertainty regarding what OSHA’s announcement means, as no new effective date was mentioned in an email sent to stakeholders.

Source: Business Insurance-Breaking News Alert

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