An Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) final rule requires certain employers to electronically submit injury and illness data to OSHA and strengthens anti-retaliation protections. XpertHR rounds up resources to help an employer comply with the rule.
OSHA's Injury and Illness Summary Form must be posted from February 1 until April 30 of every year. It is important for employers to handle this requirement correctly so as not to be cited by OSHA. This hot topic showcases XpertHR's various Tools and resources that explain how to follow this requirement.
The enforcement landscape relating to whistleblowing and retaliation protections has changed radically in the past decade. XpertHR has a variety of Tools and resources to assist employers in ensuring that all legal and ethical guidelines protecting whistleblowing are continually met.
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