See below for a recording of my recent webinar, “OSHA Forecast: Developments to Watch in 2015 and Beyond.”
As I discuss, in 2015, many more industries will for the first time be required by OSHA to record injuries and illnesses in the OSHA 300 Injury and Illness Recordkeeping log. The reporting of severe injuries or illnesses is also changing, and we anticipate a greater focus on enforcements and inspections.
- Where we are now and the direction of OSHA in 2015
- Recording and recordkeeping requirements
- Whistleblowing and its impact on your business
- Preparing for increased OSHA inspections of incidents
- Rulemaking and potential changes in current programs
- Ebola and other infectious diseases
The video is also available on Epstein Becker Green’s Youtube channel—click here to download the slides.