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OSHA’s March 2 deadline concerning Forms 300 and 301

Satisfying OSHA reporting requirements is critically important for employers. OSHA conducted over 33,000 inspections in 2019, more than in the previous three years — addressing violations related to a long list of hazards. Attorney Othiamba Lovelace of the law firm of Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi noted that over-reporting workplace accidents is a common mistake among employers, and it can lead to unnecessary, costly and burdensome OSHA inspections. Read EHS Today’s article to learn more and ensure you are ready to meet the March 2 deadline for Forms 300 and 301.

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