X

Legal Focus

 
20Nov

Electronic Logging Devices and Electronic OSHA Reporting Compliance Deadlines in December 2017

After December 1, 2017, school bus contractors with 20 or more employees will be required to report workplace injuries electronically. OSHA, at 29 CFR § 1904, requires employers to keep records of workplace injuries on forms 300, 300A, and 301. After December 1, 2017, the required reporting will be done on the OSHA Injury Tracking Application (ITA). More reporting information can be found at https://www.osha.gov/dcsp/osp/states.html.

Contact Us to read the Full Article. 

Related

Child Abuse Recognition and Reporting Act

Child Abuse Recognition and Reporting Act

Contact Us to read the Full Article.

Read More >

The ABC's of ADA - American Disability Act (w/ SHRM Guidelines)

Staffing up for the start of a new school year has generated a number of inquiries about the America...

Read More >
Accommodating Employees Exempt from Vaccination Requirements

Accommodating Employees Exempt from Vaccination Requirements

As a number of regions across the country begin to experience a surge in coronavirus cases due to ne...

Read More >
Diabetes Exemptions & Waivers

Diabetes Exemptions & Waivers

In September 2018, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) announced it was revising...

Read More >

Using Public Funds to Secure the Ready Status of Drivers and Fleet on COVID Instruction Days

Across the nation, numerous school transportation contractors continue to experience the financial s...

Read More >

Search

Categories