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OSHA Seeks To Limit Obama-Era Reporting Rule, Citing Risk Of Disclosure

July 27, 2018
OSHA has issued a proposed rule revising an Obama-era update to the agency's injury and illness recordkeeping program that would require employers to report only summary information to the agency, citing fears of disclosure of worker injury data under public records law, though labor groups are already challenging Trump administration efforts to curtail the Obama-era rule. In the proposed rule scheduled for publication in the Federal Register July 30, OSHA argues that the Obama-era rule's requirements for detailed data...


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