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The online form has been revised to better help users file a workplace complaint with the appropriate agency. The form now provides another option for submitting retaliation complaints to OSHA.

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OSHA has proposed a delay in the date for the compliance rule requiring employers to submit electronic reports for injury and illness from July 1 to Dec. 1. The delay will give OSHA an opportunity to give the Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses rule further review.

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The heat illness prevention campaign is aiming to educate employers and workers on how to stay healthy and hydrated while working in that summer sun.

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The nationwide event aims to emphasize the value of safety and health programs in the workforce.

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OSHA’s National Fall Prevention Safety Stand-Down campaign encourages workers to take a moment to discus safety topics, view safety demonstrations and to set aside time for training in hazard recognition and fall prevention from May 8-12. These stand-downs are an effort to provide an opportunity for employers to talk about hazards, company safety policies as well as goals and expectations with their employees.

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If you or your employees are working at a construction site, it is important to know that exposure to respirable crystalline silica can lead to serious health hazards such as silicosis, lung cancer, repository and kidney diseases. OSHA’s crystalline silica standard will begin on Sept. 23, 2017.

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