OSHA Recordable Injuries

OSHA record-keeping is a regulation that, with recent COVID mandates, everyone's gotten an inkling of its importance. It initiated in 1971, essentially requiring employers to maintain safe workplaces. It covers almost eight million worksites in America. A critical subset of employers must maintain records of occupational injuries and illnesses.

Unlock the secrets to optimizing your occupational health program.

The NAOHP 2023 Occupational Health Benchmark Study delves into vital factors affecting service delivery. Covering compensation, quality, sales, marketing, and technology, it offers insights to enhance programs.