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Industry Attorneys Outline Hurdles Facing OSHA's Injury Reporting Rule

September 19, 2017 at 6:46 PM
Industry attorneys are outlining a series of hurdles to implementing a controversial Obama OSHA rule updating the agency's worker injury and illness reporting regulation, including House passage of a measure that would gut implementation, uncertainty over state reporting requirements and a looming Trump administration deregulatory rule. Employers' attorneys have long faulted the Obama administration's May 2016 final rule updating OSHA's worker injury and illness reporting regulation as unnecessary and inappropriately continuing an Obama OSHA practice of shaming employers. The rule...

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