Tag: OSHA Compliance

Question: Do we have to record work related injuries on the OSHA 300 Log that were claimed after an employee’s termination date and that were also denied by our workers’ compensation carrier? Answer: A work related injury sustained by an employee must be reported on the Occupational Safety and Hazard Administration (OSHA) 300 Log, even if…

It’s that time of year to look back on your workplace illnesses and injuries for 2014, ensure that you have recorded the correct information in your OSHA logs, and post the information in your workplace starting February 1, 2015. Do you need to comply with this posting requirement, even if you’ve had no injuries or…

Question: How do I create an exposure control plan for OSHA’s blood spill regulation? Answer: The OSHA website includes a great deal of information to assist employers with cases such as the Bloodborne Pathogen Standard. The information however can be a bit difficult to locate. You will find a summary of the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen…