OSHA’s Workplace Injury And Illness Reporting Rule Begins On February 1
The 2022 posting cycle for OSHA’s workplace injury and illness reporting rule begins on February 1, 2023 and runs through April 30.
The OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping and reporting requirements generally apply to businesses with more than full time 10 employees or the hourly equivalent. However, certain businesses such as gasoline stations are exempt (see Compliance Bulletin below).
OSHA requires employers in regulated workplaces to record and post all work-related injuries occurring during the previous calendar year.
To see the list of sectors within the energy marketing industry that must comply and those that are exempt from the OSHA Injury and Illness recording and posting requirements see this EMA Compliance Bulletin.