Beginning Jan. 1, Occupational Health and Safety Administration rules will go into effect that may reveal higher daily death and injury counts on the job. Although most workplaces are far safer today than in the past, terrible accidents do occur, and the agency is implementing some broader reporting requirements for employers.
Beginning Jan. 1, Occupational Health and Safety Administration rules will go into effect that may reveal higher daily death and injury counts on the job. Although most workplaces are far safer today than in the past, terrible accidents do occur, and the agency is implementing some broader reporting requirements for employers. RANDY PENCH Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
Beginning Jan. 1, Occupational Health and Safety Administration rules will go into effect that may reveal higher daily death and injury counts on the job. Although most workplaces are far safer today than in the past, terrible accidents do occur, and the agency is implementing some broader reporting requirements for employers. RANDY PENCH Sacramento Bee Staff Photo

OSHA broadens rules for reporting workplace deaths

November 27, 2014 02:09 AM

UPDATED November 27, 2014 05:18 PM

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