Safe Electrical Work Practices & The 2018 NFPA 70E®
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OSHA's Part 1904 Recordkeeping Rule requires companies to keep track of injuries, illnesses and fatalities that occur in their facilities, so they have the information they need to correct problems and help their employees work more safely. The information gathered by those companies also enables OSHA to identify injury and illness hazards that exist in multiple industries and pass laws to control or eliminate them.
For this process to work, and for employees to be able to comply with the OSHA recordkeeping requirement, managers and supervisors need to understand the goals of OSHA's Recordkeeping Rule and how it affects the company they work for. This program reminds managers and supervisors of how the OSHA Recordkeeping Rule helps keep employees safe on the job, and how they can play an important part in making the process work.