• Annual Osha Workplace Injury And Illness Posting Begins February 1st

  • Annual Osha Workplace Injury And Illness Posting Begins February 1st

     
     
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    PMAA Compliance Bulletin
    ANNUAL OSHA WORKPLACE INJURY AND
    ILLNESS POSTING BEGINS FEBRUARY 1st
    January 22, 2020
     
    PMAA Contact: Mark S. Morgan, Regulatory Counsel - mmorgan@pmaa.org
    The 2019 posting cycle for OSHA’s workplace injury and illness reporting rule begins on February 1, 2020 and runs through April 30. The OSHA injury and illness recording and posting requirements apply to most establishments (workplaces) with more than 10 employees. OSHA requires employers to record and post all work-related injuries occurring during the previous calendar year. The following list identifies establishments within the petroleum marketing industry and indicates whether the establishment must comply with the OSHA Injury and Illness recording and posting requirements.

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