How Modernizing Data Can Better Protect Employees [Video]

Companies still taking notes with pen and paper will have to switch things up on January first, 2017. This is when the Occupational Safety and Health Administration is requiring all businesses to electronically submit their injury reports.

Transparency is key in creating a safer workplace. OSHA believes making injury records public will push employers in the direction of creating safer workplaces. Also, it can serve as a reminder for employees to be careful.

Businesses reportedly spend nearly one hundred and seventy billion dollars a year on occupational injuries and illnesses. OSHA believes organizations that invest in health and safety management systems can cut their costs by twenty to forty percent.

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