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Barbara Taylor

Barbara Taylor
Barbara has been with ECBM since 1999 and is currently responsible for client presentations, training and implementation of ECBM’s value-added personalized client web portal service called MyWave. Through MyWave, clients are able to quickly access timely news, information, and documents for their Human Resource and Risk Management needs and communications. Barbara also works with clients to help them meet OSHA required compliance issues and assists them with their recordkeeping and reporting using MyWaveOSHA. Her other duties at ECBM include preparing company advertising, informational brochures, marketing materials and audience specific presentations. Having worked for, and with, insurance companies for the majority of her career, Barbara has extensive knowledge of risk reduction programs, injury management systems and business development strategies. She conscientiously combines her presentation, communication and client management skills as a dedicated ECBM team player.

Recent Posts

Only 30 Days Remain to Electronically Submit OSHA Injury Data

As you have been advised over the course of the year,OSHA’s Final Rule to “Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses” (aka the E-Recordkeeping Rule) requires employers of certain sizes that fall into certain categories to proactively submit electronic injury and illnesses data to OSHA through its new web portal.  The new rule dramatically changes the responsibilities and impacts of OSHA’s long-standing injury and illness recordkeeping program.

[Compliance Update] OSHA Launches Injury Tracking Application – Then Shuts It Down!

On August 1, 2017, OSHA launched its web portal to accept the submissions of recordkeeping forms per the requirements in the final rule; to “Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses.”  As we had advised earlier this year, under this rule, which was enacted in May 2016.

How To Prepare and Post OSHA Form 300A for 2015

Employers must fill out the Log and the Incident Report only if a recordable, work-related injury or illness has occurred. However, the Summary must be filled out and posted annually even if no recordable, work-related injuries or illnesses occurred during the year.