In another move undoing a favorable change made by the Trump administration, the Occupational Safety Health Administration (OSHA) has published a proposed rule that would also restore and expand a former rule regarding the electronic filing of injury and illness reports by covered employers. The proposed rule was initially adopted under the Obama administration back in 2016, but subsequently amended under President Trump in 2018 to only require electronic filing of summary injury and illness information. Furthermore, the rule OSHA seeks to change only applied to high hazard employers with more than 250 employees. Under the proposed new rule, the threshold number of employees is lowered to 100 employees and the classification system used to determine covered industries will be updated. The proposed rule is open for a public comment period until May 31, 2022 and anyone interested in commenting must do so electronically at https://www.regulations.gov by that date. Although our members’ businesses do not fall under the high-hazard industry listing, this change seems to be another in a long line of anti-business moves by the administration placing additional costly burdens on business interests – yet another one we should keep an eye on?