Download this list of statutes, regulations and guidance

Employers play an important role in maintaining, supporting and enhancing workforce health and wellbeing. This unique role requires employers to understand the complex layers of state and federal laws governing occupational health records. In addition, for employers that provide primary care, employee assistance programs and other non-occupational health services, an even more detailed analysis is required to tease apart the potential overlay of laws governing patient privacy, security and access to records.  


Stephanie Eckerle, partner at the law firm of Krieg DeVault is an employment law expert and provided a compendium of the various statutes, regulations and guidance U.S. employers should review when understanding their role in providing and maintaining occupational health and other health-related records. Download this valuable list of resources now.