Covered employers. All employers must comply with the recordkeeping requirements of the health and safety laws.
Required. Employers must monitor and measure an employee's exposure to potentially toxic materials, harmful physical agents, or radiation, and keep accurate records of any exposure. Employers must notify employees who have been exposed to such materials in higher concentrations than allowed by state standards, and employees must be permitted access to the records concerning their own exposure. In addition, employers must maintain employee medical records made in connection with the South Carolina Safety and Health Act.
To be retained. Employee exposure and medical records must be kept for at least 30 years (SC Code Sec. 41-15-100, Sec. 42-13-110).
Covered employers. Private sector employers with more than 10 employees and ...