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White paper: OSHA Workplace Injury and Illness Recordkeeping: Your Questions Answered

OSHA Workplace Injury and Illness Recordkeeping

OSHA's requirements for keeping and maintaining workplace injury and illness records are found in Part 1904.

Although the rules are written in plain language and seem easy to follow, recordkeeping can be challenging because it involves many judgment calls.

This white paper walks you through OSHA's workplace injury and illness recordkeeping requirements, including recent revisions pertaining to COVID-19.

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