December 9, 2022
OMB Reviewing OSHA Plan To Restore Electronic Recordkeeping Rule
The White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has begun a formal review of OSHA’s electronic recordkeeping and reporting rule that will revive Obama-era requirements for employers to submit injury and illness records to the agency, after they were largely rolled back in 2019 by the Trump administration. OMB received OSHA’s notice of proposed rulemaking on Oct. 1, nearly four months after the Biden administration first announced its intent to revise the rule in its semi-annual rulemaking agenda, released...
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