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OSHA FormWhile businesses have long been required to keep data on workplace injuries and illnesses, they weren’t required actually to report on them until 2016 rule obliged them to submit annual detailed reports electronically to the DOL.

Claiming it was acting to protect worker privacy, the Department of Labor has scrapped an Obama-era requirement for larger employers to electronically file detailed reports on workplace injuries and illnesses. According to Reuters, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has already published notice of the change in the Federal Register, with the rescission of the rule to be published on Friday.

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