OSHA COVID-19 Recording and Reporting

On October 23, 2020, OSHA announced that since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic it has cited 112 employers for violations relating to COVID-19 resulting in proposed penalties of $1,603,544. Some of the COVID-19 OSHA citation involve alleged violations of failure to report properly and timely a COVID-19 related illness or fatality, and failure to document a COVID-19 illness as an OSHA recordable event. This brief video clip with attorney Carl Habekost should shed some light on questions surrounding COVID-19 reporting and recording requirements.


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