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    Recordkeeping/Reporting Requirements
The Department of Labor, in carrying out its responsibilities under
the Paperwork Reduction Act (44 U.S.C. Chapter 35), considers
comments on the reporting and recordkeeping requirements that will
affect the public. Under review by the Office of Management and
Budgent (OMB), OSHA lists the following Revision: Access to Employee
Exposure and Medical Records 1218-0065; OSHA 243; on occasion;
annually; businesses and other for-profit; 1,170,979 Respondents,
1,502,275 burden hours, 0 forms. Requires employers to preserve and
provide access to records associated with employee's exposure to
toxic chemcials and harmful physical agents. Employee records and
access to them are critically important to the detection, treatment
and prevention of occupational illness and disease.