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Record Keeping Guidelines

OSHA's Recordkeeping Page
Brief Tutorial on Completing the OSHA Recordkeeping Forms - Text Version
Brief Tutorial on Completing the Recordkeeping Forms
Injury and Illness - Recordkeeping
OSHA Proposed Recordkeeping Rule MSD Column
Injury and Illness: Recordkeeping Background What is the OSHA Data Initiative (ODI)? In 1995, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) established the annual OSHA Data Initiative (ODI
Stakeholder Meeting
Press Teleconference on Proposed New Rule to Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses
Recordkeeping Highlights | Presenter's Guide
Recordkeeping Training Presentations
Recordkeeping Training Presentations | Comprehensive Instructor Guide
The following are selected excerpts from the preamble to the Occupational Injury and Illness Recording and Reporting Requirements, the Recordkeeping rule (66 FR 5916, 29 CFR Parts 1904 and 1952). The

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