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If you create records to comply with another government agency's injury and illness recordkeeping requirements, OSHA will consider those records as meeting OSHA's recordkeeping requirements if OSHA accepts the other agency's records under a memorandum of understanding with that agency, or if the other agency's records contain the same information as this article requires you to record. You may contact the nearest office of the Division of Occupational Safety and Health for help in determining whether your records meet the requirements of this article.
NOTE: Authority cited: Section 6410, Labor Code. Reference: Section 6410, Labor Code.
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