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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Can Form 843 Delays

Instructions and Help about Can Form 843 Delays

Music today we're going to give you an update on the OSHA record-keeping and reporting rule that's been in the news quite a good bit over the last couple of years something that took effect in December of 2023 emitted quite a few lawsuits and challenges by companies in the industry there's been really a lot of confusion about it specifically related to post accident drug testing so the first thing to know post accident drug testing is not illegal it was not actually addressed in the rule however OSHA did release a statement that created a lot of concern around post accident testing and essentially eliminated blanket post accident testing so that's one thing to know if you do have that in your policy that's something that you do need to consider so I'm gonna share with you a quote directly from OSHA on their interpretation of it and then we'll discuss why that created some concerns and some things you specifically need to do to address post accident testing as an employer so the quote they said as far as post accident testing goes was the evidence in the rulemaking record shows that blanket post injury drug testing policies to turret reporting however the final rule does prohibit employers from using drug testing or the threat of drug testing as a form of adverse action against employees who report injuries or illnesses to strike the appropriate balance here drug testing policy should limit post accident our post incident testing to situations in which employee drug use is likely to have contributed to the incident or for which the drug tests can accurately identify impairment caused by drug use so this quote is really what caused a lot of trouble and confusion within the industry to think now that...