According to the Integrated Benefits Institute, men over 20 years old are more likely to be overweight or obese and are at a higher risk of being diagnosed with chronic disease than women, yet chronic disease prevention targets women more than men. Employers that remedy this situation can improve their men’s health, improve productivity and reduce costs significantly.
A lot has happened in 2017 and we expect things will continue to evolve. This article covers some of the recent changes and provides additional resources to help you stay on top of this ever-changing regulatory landscape.
OSHA finalized a rule that went into effect January 1, 2017, regarding electronic recordkeeping and 2016 OSHA 300A forms were to be submitted by July 1. However, the system to submit the electronic data was delayed and as a result, OSHA proposed pushing back the deadline for submission until December 1, 2017. Last week OSHA announced its web-based tool, Injury Tracking Application, will launch on August 1, 2017, and those required to submit their 300A can begin doing so.
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