OSHA Defies D.C. Circuit With New Recordkeeping Rule!


Today, OSHA published a new rule which seeks to impose on employers continuing obligations to create OSHA 300 Logs and OSHA 301 Incident Reports throughout the entire five-year period in which such records are required to be retained. [See What Employers Need to Know About OSHA Injury/Illness Record Mandates]. In doing so, OSHA seeks to avoid the statute of limitations of the Occupational Safety & Health Act (“OSH Act”) which states that “no citation may be issued … after the expiration of six months following the occurrence of any violation.” 29 U.S.C. § 658(c).

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