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Excerpt from " Determine Whether the Employer is Required to Record a Work-related Injury Sustained by an Employee which was Treated by a Reduction Procedure Performed on Her Dislocated Ring Finger [1904.7(b)]"
This OSHA interpretation addresses whether an employer is required to record a work-related injury sustained by an employee which was treated by a reduction procedure performed on her dislocated ring finger. The employee had no broken bones, no medication, no splints, and no restrictions and returned to work immediately after the reduction of her ring finger. The interpretation addresses whether this is considered first aid.

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