This article was written by Lindsay A. DiSalvo, Dan C. Deacon, and Eric J. Conn, and originally posted on Conn Maciel Carey’s OSHA Defense Report.

This is your yearly reminder about the important February 1st deadline to prepare, certify and post your OSHA 300A Annual Summary of workplace injuries and

In the “better late than “never” category, OSHA announced today that it will still accept 300A annual summary injury data for calendar year 2016 through OSHA’s on-line Injury Tracking Application (ITA) (https://www.osha.gov/injuryreporting/index.html) until midnight on December 31, 2017.  If submitted by then, but after the official December 15th deadline, OSHA announced that

In late October, President Trump nominated FedEx Ground official, Scott Mugno, as OSHA Director. Many critics of this Administration will be surprised to learn that Mr. Mugno appears to have an open mind and is not planning on dismantling the agency. Mugno has earned significant praise for his work at FedEx where he served as

On September 26th, OSHA announced that citations for 9 out of the 10 most frequently cited standards noticeably declined since fiscal 2016. According to OSHA data, preliminary violation[1] numbers from last fiscal year dropped following years of declining total inspection numbers.  Deputy Director of the OSHA enforcement branch, Patrick Kapust, particularly noted

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) remains Administrator-less seven months into President Trump’s administration with the recent retirement of the former acting assistant secretary, Dorothy Dougherty, and the absence of a nomination from the White House. Despite the power vacuum, OSHA has been forced to remain active on regulations and standards teed up by