Many employers are required to post their workplace injury & illness data annually in order to comply with OSHA guidelines. Even though this compliance requirement has existed for years, confusion and frustration continue among employers as to how to perform this annual task.
I created a guide to take you through the process step-by-step, making it easier and less stressful for you.
This guide will explain:
- Whether you need to comply
- If so, what data you’ll need to comply
- What forms you’ll need to use
- How to post your information
This guide is entitled 7 Steps to OSHA Reporting Compliance. To receive a free copy, go to this link and it is yours: http://www.risksnthreatsmatter.com/
If you would prefer to have a paper copy, email or phone me and I will send you one.
Reach out to me with your questions/comments for a complementary discussion: email: email@example.com or phone 800.346.6212 x8758.
I hope my 7-point plan gives you a straightforward way to comply, saving you time and effort!
PS Here’s a valuable Sacramento workshop that can help you improve hiring and avoid “hiring” a WorkComp claim. It’s entitled “Recruiting and Hiring Practices: Strategies for Hiring the Right Employees While Complying with State and Federal Laws.”
The Sacramento Employer Advisory Council sponsors this event. To learn more about this February 17th meeting CLICK HERE TO GET INFORMATION.