Original Air Date: Mar. 9, 2017

Webinar Summary

An educational webcast presented by Risk Engineering for Chubb agents/brokers and select clients. Under a new rule, employers will be required to electronically submit certain records of workplace injuries. This rule requires larger companies and what OSHA considers “high hazard employers” to submit electronic versions of their injury and illness logs. OSHA feels that the analysis of this data will allow them to use its enforcement more efficiently and will make some of the data available on the OSHA website. The rule also prohibits employers from discouraging workers from reporting an injury or illness and requires employers to inform employees of the right to report work-related injuries and illnesses free from retaliation. This new rule will impact post injury drug testing programs, incentive programs and safety rules.

Note: This webinar is intended to provide a loss control perspective of the topic. Insurance coverage issues will not be covered during this webcast. If you have questions concerning coverage or insurability, please contact your insurance broker or underwriter.


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After attending this webinar you will be able to:

  • Define the types of businesses that must comply with the new rules
  • List key dates for meeting compliance requirements
  • Explain how to submit OSHA record-keeping data electronically
  • Identify what types of drug testing programs, incentive programs and safety rules will be impacted by this new rule


This webinar is designed for Agents, Brokers, Clients and Risk Managers.


Brendan Moriarty, ARM, CIH, CPCU, CSP, MSPH
Vice President, Casualty Executive Field Specialist, Chubb North America Risk Engineering


Approximately one hour

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