December 3, 2022
Industry Lawyer Casts Doubt On Courts Overturning OSHA Reporting Rule
An industry attorney is casting doubt on the prospects that expected legal challenges will succeed in blocking OSHA's new electronic record-keeping and reporting rule for worker injuries, noting the agency has broad authority to require record-keeping. During a June 7 webinar on OSHA's May 12 rule revising its “Recording and Reporting Occupational Injuries and Illnesses” regulation, attorney Eric Conn said he expects the rule will impose unnecessary new burdens and obligations on employers and will lead to increased use of...
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