The Interpretation you are attempting to access, " Employer obligation to provide access to entire OSHA 300 Logs, including names of both union and non-union employees. [1904; 1904.29; 1904.29(b)(6); 1904.29(b)(9); 1904.35(b)(2); 1904.35(b)(2)(iv)]", is reserved for Safety.BLR.com subscribers.

Excerpt from " Employer obligation to provide access to entire OSHA 300 Logs, including names of both union and non-union employees. [1904; 1904.29; 1904.29(b)(6); 1904.29(b)(9); 1904.35(b)(2); 1904.35(b)(2)(iv)]"
This is in response to your question to the concerning OSHA's injury and illness recordkeeping requirements at 29 CFR 1904. You ask whether employee representatives have access to OSHA 300 Log information for both union and non-union employees. Specifically, you ask whether an employer may redact names of non-union employees when it turns over the OSHA 300 Log to an employee representative.

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