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MOSH Instruction 02-4 - MOSH Recordkeeping Policy and Procedures Manual Table of Contents - Maryland Occupational Safety and Health (MOSH)

 

Chapter 1      BACKGROUND

I.     OSHA Background

II.     MOSH Background

III.    Transition from the Old Rule

Figure 1-1   Changes to New Rule in October 12, 2001 Federal Register Notice

Chapter 2     ENFORCEMENT POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

I.     Summary of the New Rule

II.    Inspection and Citation Procedures

III.    Physician or Other Licensed Health Care Provider's Opinion

IV.   Employers Exempt and Partially Exempt

V.    References to Old Forms and to the LWDI/LWDII

VI.   Prohibition Against Discrimination

VII.  Definitions

Figure 2-1   Health Care Practitioners' Abbreviations

Figure 2-2   Partially Exempt Industries

Figure 2-3   Newly Covered Industries

Figure 2-4   Newly Partially Exempt Industries

Figure 2-5   Incidence Rate Worksheet for Company (Optional)

Chapter 3    STANDARD ALLEGED VIOLATION ELEMENTS

Chapter 4     COMPARISON OF OLD AND NEW RULE

Chapter 5     FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

I.      General Guidance

II.     Section 1904.0 B Purpose

III.    Section 1904.2 -- Partial Exemption for Establishments in Certain Industries

IV.    Section 1904.4 B  Recording Criteria

V.     Section 1904.5 B Determination of Work-Relatedness

VI.   Section 1904.6 B Determination of New Cases

VII.  Section 1904.7 B General Recording Criteria

VIII.  Section 1904.8 B Recording Criteria for Needlestick and Sharps Injuries

IX.   Section 1904.29 B Forms

X.    Section 1904.31 B  Covered Employees

XI.    Section 1904.32 B Annual Summary

XII.   Section 1904.35 B  Employee Involvement

XIII. Section 1904.37 B  State Recordkeeping Regulations

XIV.  Section 1904.39 B Reporting Fatalities & Multiple Hospitalization Incidents to OSHA

 
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