One thing is certain: OSHA’s new National Emphasis Program is designed to crack down hard on companies that are under-reporting job-related injuries and illnesses.
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg: OSHA is also proposing tougher new rules for injury and illness recordkeeping and reporting … and tougher new penalties for non-compliance.
Make no mistake: if your company is under-reporting job-related injuries and illnesses, the probability is now much higher that you will be targeted.
Even if you are not under-reporting: you may become an unintentional target for an OSHA audit if your reported illness and injury rates are statistically below the norms for your industry.
Do your injury and illness recordkeeping and reporting practices comply with current OSHA rules? Do you know the best steps to protect your company against fines and penalties if you are audited? Are you prepared to comply with the tougher new injury reporting requirements now headed your way?
Here’s the Help You Need to Avoid Fines and Penalties under the Tough New OSHA injury and Illness Reporting Crackdowns
Join us on August 18th, and Janine Landow-Esser, a partner with Quarles & Brady LLP and OSHA lawyer, and Fred Gants, also a partner with Quarles & Brady LLP and highly-experienced labor law attorney, will give you the practical “how-to” help you need to make sure your injury and illness reporting practices comply with current requirements, and protect your company from possible OSHA fines and penalties.