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osha believes that the proposed requirement for certification by a company executive will increase the accuracy and completeness of the log and summary. the company executive is a senior management official who is responsible for the company’s safety and health programs and for setting and enforcing standards of safety and health. the individual is more likely to be familiar with the accident and illness rates at the company and more likely to know of the accident and illness rates at the company than is a supervisor who is responsible for the injuries and illnesses in his or her department or organizational unit. in addition, the company executive’s knowledge of the company’s safety and health programs and of the safety and health standards of other company officials will ensure that the log and summary are being prepared accurately.
the statute also requires the secretary to issue such regulations as are necessary or appropriate to carry out the other purposes of the act, specifically, the prevention of occupational diseases and hazards. sections 3(b)(1) and 3(b)(3) of the act require employers to take all reasonable measures to prevent occupational disease or injury, and to provide all employees with a safe and healthful place to work. the final rule’s presumption of work relationship thus meets the statutory mandate. the final rule also meets the congressional intent to provide accurate data.
under the proposed rule, each covered establishment, or group of establishments sharing a common safety and health management system, would be required to certify that the log and summary are accurate and complete. the company executive’s responsibilities would include verifying the accuracy and completeness of the information in the log and summary, and verifying that the records were retained and maintained in a manner consistent with the recordkeeping rule’s requirements.
while section 8(c) of the act imposes an obligation on employers to maintain adequate records of work-related injuries and illnesses, osha’s final rulemaking does not alter that obligation. section 8(c)(1) requires that the records be made available to the secretary, and osha is not changing this obligation. section 8(c)(2), which directs the secretary to prescribe regulations requiring employers to maintain accurate records of work-related deaths and non-minor injuries and illnesses, requires employers to maintain the records in the manner prescribed by 29 cfr 1904. section 8(c)(3) requires employers to maintain records of employee exposures to potentially toxic materials or harmful physical agents.
osha believes that the addition of this language to the certification requirement will help to ensure that the certifying official has a reasonable basis for believing that the log and summary are accurate and complete. by providing a substantive basis for certification, this provision will help ensure that the person certifying the recordkeeping practices is able to assess the accuracy of the log and summary, including the completeness of the information on which the log and summary are based. (36) it also will help ensure that the log and summary are based on accurate and complete information, which in turn will support the accuracy and completeness of the records on which the log and summary are based. the certification requirement also will help protect the records and recordkeeping process from abuse and ensure that the employer is not penalized for mere negligence in the recordkeeping process.