Do You Need to Be?
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued a ruling that required certain establishments to begin reporting their injury and illness records electronically in 2016. However, the annual reporting requirement didn't take-affect until early 2019.
With the 2019 deadline behind us, OSHA estimates that only half of the organizations that were required to submit their data electronically ended-up doing so. In fact, OSHA released a statement warning companies that failed comply with the new ruling that they'd not only be subject to a hefty non-compliance fine, but that they've dramatically increased their chance of being subject to a comprehensive facility inspection, along with a Site Specific Targeting (SST) audit.