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How Long Should You Keep Employee Medical Testing Records?

It can sometimes be confusing to understand how long employers are required to keep employee medical records. This is because OSHA’s employee medical recordkeeping requirements are defined in several places, depending on whether or not the rules apply to general...

COVID-19 Safety and PPE for Dentists 

As dentists reopen their offices across the country, they face a complicated logistical reality. When conducting treatments and cleanings in and around patients’ mouths, they put themselves directly in contact with the respiratory system. According to the CDC,...

Judge Rules Form 300A is Public Information 

A federal judge has ruled that data from OSHA’s 300A form is not confidential. Employers are already required to share injury and illness information with current and former employees, who are free to share it.  The lawsuit stemmed from a Freedom of Information Act...

COVID-19 Safety Tips For Nursing Home Employees

To help protect nursing home and long-term care facility workers from exposure to the coronavirus, OSHA issued an alert, in English and Spanish, with the following safety tips: COVID-19 Symptom Screening and Monitoring Encourage sick workers to stay home. Screen...

OSHA Issues COVID-19 Guidelines for Agriculture Industry

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has issued guidance to protect agricultural workers from exposure to the coronavirus. The guidance includes recommended actions to account for the unique challenges of agricultural work, such as shared worker...

OSHA Releases COVID-19 Guidance for Construction

On May 27, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) launched a webpage to provide construction employers and workers with guidance on coronavirus in the workplace. The actions are recommended in order to reduce the risk of exposure to the...

Update: OSHA says COVID-19 is a Recordable Illness 

As economies around the country begin to reopen among the lingering threat of coronavirus — the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has adopted updated policies for enforcing agency standards during this time. On May 19, OSHA issued two revised...

How OSHA Enforces Hazard Communication 

The hazard communication standard (HCS) -- (29 CFR 1910.1200) -- is the second most commonly cited federal workplace health and safety standard, behind only fall protection (29 CFR 1926.501). Between October 2018 and September 2019, the HCS was cited 4,102 times...

The OSHA Silica Standard is About to Get More Strict

OSHA’s medical surveillance requirements for employees exposed to respirable crystalline silica have been in effect since June 2018. Soon, they're about to get even more strict. Effective June 23, 2020, employers will be required to assess exposures for employees who...

COVID-19 Guidelines For Meat Processing Industry

The meat processing industry has had several highly publicized outbreaks of COVID-19 in the past several weeks. On May 1, The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reported that more than 115 meat and poultry processing facilities in 19 states have reported workers...