Check out the results of BLR’s OSHA Recordkeeping Standard and Electronic Submission Survey sponsored by Sphera. The survey sheds light on how companies are faring in response to OSHA’s upcoming 1904 recordkeeping rule updates and what solutions are expected to help them with electronic submission.
Highlighted findings from the poll of over 400 survey participants include the following:
- 79% of respondents either “somewhat” or “strongly” agree with OSHA’s belief that public disclosure of workplace injuries and illnesses will encourage employers to improve workplace safety.
- 47% of participants plan to leverage workplace injuries and illnesses information collected by OSHA from other peer firms for their own benchmarking purposes.
- 35% believe that technology will have a “substantial” impact on driving operational excellence in health and safety and helping businesses manage recordkeeping, reporting, and analytics initiatives.