OSHA's Injury Reporting Rule Focuses On Anti-Retaliation

Law360, New York (June 13, 2016, 12:12 PM EDT) -- Imagine: An employer has a safety incentive program that rewards employees with $50 gift cards each month an employee does not suffer an injury. One day, a machine operator trips on a wet floor and breaks his ankle. The employee promptly reports the injury and misses three weeks of work because of it. Because he suffered the injury, he is no longer eligible to receive a $50 gift card this month. Two months later, a compliance safety and health officer (CSHO) performs a programmed inspection at the employer's workplace. She performs witness interviews and reviews the employer's safety manuals, injury logs...

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