Recordkeeping

OSHA uses the term recordkeeping to refer to the written documentation of injury and illness incidents in the workplace. Employers with more than 10 workers are required to keep a record of work-related injuries and illnesses and submit those records to OSHA. Employers are also required to maintain and post these records and provide them to employees upon request. The recordkeeping and reporting rules also set out timeframes within which employers must report severe injury and fatalities to OSHA.

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