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OSHA's proposed 1904.41 rule: what you need to know

OSHA’s proposed change to rule 1904.41 is understandably the source of much speculation and anxiety within the EHS community. This shift toward compulsory electronic reporting will obviously impact organizations across various industries, but whether this will be a net-positive move isn’t entirely clear.

Laura Surowiec’s latest Medgate whitepaper looks to clarify the current rule, outline the suggested change, and identify some potential positive and negative impacts of a move toward quarterly electronic reporting.

Download this whitepaper and find out:

  • Which organizations will be most effected if the rule is changed
  • The benefits of more regular reporting – both for OSHA and the reporting companies
  • How this rule change signals a shift toward lagging indicators vs leading indicators

About the Author

Laura Surowiec, MPH, CSP

Laura Surowiec is a Client Service Consultant for Cority providing implementation and consulting services. Laura earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from Indiana University in 2003 and Masters of Public Health specializing in Occupational Health and Safety from Tulane University in 2010. She is a Certified Safety Professional of the BCSP and an active member of American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE).

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