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Yes. The employer must decide if a case is a privacy concern case, using 29 CFR 1904.29(b)(7), which lists the six types of injuries and illnesses the employer must consider privacy concern cases. If the case meets any of these criteria, the employer must consider it a privacy concern case. This is a complete list of all injury and illnesses considered privacy concern cases.
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['Injury and Illness Recordkeeping', 'OSHA Recordkeeping', 'Bloodborne Pathogens', 'Privacy and Data Security', 'Recordkeeping']
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