What you need to know about OSHA’s new electronic reporting, retaliation and post-accident drug testing rule

Last summer, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) increased its citation structure by 80 percent.

The increase gives safety- and budget-conscious employers more incentive to fulfill their regulatory obligations. But with OSHA standards covering everything from jobsite drinking water to fall protection, keeping up can be difficult.

Texas Mutual’s safety services staff has fielded questions from employers about one of OSHA’s newest rules, improved tracking of workplace injuries…

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