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Is Your Company Impacted by the Dec. 01 Compliance Deadline? Here's What to Do.

The new Electronic Submission Rule will likely impact a majority of employers in the Manufacturing and Construction Sector, as well as other industries. Any manufacturing business with an NAICS code which begins with a number between 31-33 and employs 20 -249 workers, will fall under these criteria. 1,678 more words

General Safety

Legal Updates for the Limestone Industry

The new Electronic Submission Rule will likely impact a majority of employers in the Limestone Industry. Most limestone fabricators and mills fall under the NAICS code of 327991, or… 1,768 more words

General Safety

Reconstructing Records After a Disaster

As the end of year approaches and tax season right around the corner, taxpayers who are victims of a natural disaster might need to reconstruct records to prove their loss. 593 more words

November 2017 Newsletter

No Hail Mary Pass: The Electronic Submission Rule is Here

Active now after a confusing and complex process

The Electronic Submission Rule is a new rule that was heavily contested by some sectors of industry, generally due to the attached provisions within the rule regarding anti-retaliation, and the privacy concerns of companies, with the coming release of partially redacted data. 874 more words

OSHA

Do You Have a 12/01/17 Date With OSHA?

Due to big changes impacting recordkeeping regulations, it’s very likely you have an important date approaching with OSHA in a few weeks. If you employ (or did employ anytime in 2016) twenty or more workers, you need to be paying attention, because this probably impacts your business. 1,750 more words

General Safety

Back to the Basics: 300 Logs 101

With the enactment of the new Electronic Submission Rule, it is increasingly important to have accurate records of work-related injuries and illnesses. Employers who fall under the Rule must not only keep 300 Logs, they must also submit them to OSHA annually.  1,665 more words

General Safety

Recordkeeping for Aviation Exports - What Do You Need to Retain?

Exporters must maintain records as proof of compliance with U.S. government regulations for a minimum of 5 years.  During this retention period, these retained records may be requested by Customs and Border Protection (CBP), or the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), Census, or any other U.S. 717 more words