After an injury occurs at work, do you know how (or even if) you should keep a record? OSHA recently unveiled a new online tool, the OSHA Recordkeeping Advisor, that uses a Q&A format to help you decide if an injury or illness is work-related and, if so, whether it must be recorded on an OSHA injury/illness log.
Find this new tool at www.dol.gov/elaws/osharecordkeeping.htm.
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