The Center for Safety and Health Sustainability’s Statement on OSHA’s New Proposal to Make Work Injury Data Public
The Center for Safety and Health Sustainability welcomes the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s efforts to broaden transparency in the reporting of worker injuries in proposed rulemaking the agency announced yesterday. Appropriately expanding access to meaningful data on injuries, illnesses and fatalities can encourage employers to put additional focus on worker safety and health. At a time when businesses are seeking to become more sustainable in their operations, this initiative by OSHA highlights that the protection of all employees should be a cornerstone of their sustainability commitments. More here...