OSHA final rule corrects errors in 27 standards and regulations
Washington — OSHA has issued technical corrections and amendments to 27 standards and regulations to address “minor misprints, omissions, outdated references, and tabular and graphic inaccuracies.”
According to a final rule published in the Feb. 18 Federal Register, the corrections are to 29 CFR 1904 (recording and reporting occupational injuries and illnesses), 1910 (general industry), 1915 and 1918 (maritime), and 1926 (construction).
None of the revisions expands employer obligations or imposes new costs, a Feb. 14 press release from OSHA states.
The changes are effective immediately.