Can we also get an update on Kaimana, the pup born last year in Waikiki?
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CVS Health said Tuesday it is expanding the company’s participation in the Department of Defense Skill Bridge Initiative to new locations in Schofield Barracks and Hampton Roads in Virginia.
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Those employers who are required to keep records must report on those records only when the government specifically asks for the information, which occurs exclusively under limited circumstances that are described below.
The BLS has published occupational safety and health statistics since 1971.
These statistics chart the magnitude and nature of the occupational injury and illness problem across the country.
The final rule being published today also revises .4, Injury and Illness Recording and Reporting Requirements, which prescribes the recordkeeping and reporting requirements for States that have an occupational safety and health program approved by OSHA under § 18 of the Occupational Safety and Health Act (the "Act" or "OSH Act"). When employees are aware of workplace hazards and participate in the identification and control of those hazards, the overall level of safety and health in the workplace improves.
DATES: This final rule becomes effective January 1, 2002. Table of Contents The following is a table of contents for this preamble. The records required by the recordkeeping rule are also an important source of information for OSHA.