Volume 39, Issue Number 2 February 9, 2005


Post OSHA Records Feb. 1 - April 30


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Most SMACNA firms should have been collecting injury and illness data for the 2004 calendar year in accordance with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s recordkeeping requirements. The results of those records must be posted for employee review from Feb. 1 through April 30, 2005.

Be aware of the new OSHA recordkeeping criteria such as the revised definition of “medical treatment,” the need to track days away from work or days of job transfer or restriction based on calendar days instead of business days, and the need to enter hearing loss cases.

SMACNA members needing information on OSHA’s recordkeeping requirements are encouraged to use the newly revised, user-friendly online SMACNA recordkeeping course available in the safety and health section of the SMACNA Web site


Editor: Rosalind P. Raymond rraymond@smacna.org  |  Asst. Editor/Writer: Cynthia Young cyoung@smacna.org

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