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89: New OSHA Recording And Reporting Rule

OSHA thinks by forcing you to make your claims information public you’ll naturally want to focus more on safety to try and avoid being embarrassed.

OSHA thinks by forcing you to make your claims information public you’ll naturally want to focus more on safety to try and avoid being embarrassed. Behavioral economics: OSHA’s new final rule revising their Recording and Reporting Occupational Injuries and Illnesses regulation, takes effect January 1, 2017. The revised rule was designed to “nudge” you into making your workplace safer for your employees by making your workers’ compensation…

About the author, Thomas

I have 20 of years insurance industry experience in C-level management, focusing on all aspects of workers compensation, risk management, loss control, employee benefits, HR, payroll and professional employer organization (“PEO”) operations. Currently, I am the owner and CEO of Humanly HR, and founder and host of SmallBiz Brainiac; a podcast providing employer intelligence to small business owners.

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