The latest issue of our weekly Workplace Safety and Health newsletter is available for viewing and contains the following articles:

  • Recordkeeping Rule Must Be Withdrawn, Employer Coalition Tells OSHA.  An industry coalition, foreseeing “significant negative impacts” from OSHA’s proposed recordkeeping and reporting rule, has asked the agency “in the strongest possible terms” to withdraw it.
  • Potato Chip Maker Caught Up in OSHA’s SST Program.  A New York potato chip maker is among the latest manufacturing firms to feel the bite of OSHA’s Site-Specific Targeting (SST) Program.
  • Time to Post OSHA 300A Form.  Feb. 1 is the deadline to post OSHA Form 300A, a summary of your log of work-related injuries and illness from 2013.
  • Employment Law Q&A. Q: We operate our business in an “at will” state. Is it really necessary to document all performance problems, if we can discharge our employees for any reason or no reason?

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