OSHA Compliance For Small Businesses
OSHA tightens their grip on record keeping and proposed requirements for I2P2 injury and illness prevention programs in 2014. How will your business stay compliant among this year’s changing occupational safety standards?
In 2012 a total of 51,133 State inspections took place domestically in the US. Set in motion for 2014, OSHA plans to increase the inspections count along with a required reporting standard for businesses of all sizes. To remain complaint with the current OSHA standards, small businesses must keep appropriate logs of employees workplace injuries and illnesses and keep an appropriate manual for I2P2 (injury and Illness Prevention, in California).
OSHA Recent Requirements & Top News Items
- OSHA 300A Forms Due Feb. 1 – All employers required to keep Form 300, the Injury and Illness Log, must post Form 300A, the annual summary of job-related injuries and illnesses, in a workplace common area by Feb. 1, 2014. Read More
- Recent announcements from OSHA requires employers to submit the total number of job-related illnesses and injuries that took place through the course of a year by April. Do you know which forms to fill out to stay compliant? Read More
- OSHA’s proposed Injury and Illness Prevention Program requirement – Standardized Injury and Illness programs are number 1 on top of the list for OSHA in 2014 resulting in a nation wide push for required standards for all businesses. Read More
- Silica standard update and limit restrictions is set into motion with OSHA as they are defining a rule on the exposure limit for silica. This new proposal slashing the exposure to silica can effect businesses ranging from dentists offices to granite factories. Read More
- During a OSHA conference November 7, 2013 a recent proposal is in the works which would require businesses to electronically submit detailed information about their workplace injuries and illnesses. Read More
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