OSHA requires employers to post their 300A Forms beginning February 1st through April 30th. Certain employers who must submit electronic submissions must do so by March 2nd. So, don’t wait until the last minute!
Recordkeeping is a crucial task that employers must perform to keep track of workplace injuries. Employers must fill out the log only if a recordable work-related injury has occurred. Not only is it required by OSHA, but it also brings awareness to trends of injuries in the workplace.
Here is a list of the forms that must be maintained:
- Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses (OSHA Form 300)
- Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses (OSHA Form 300A)
- Injury and Illness Report (OSHA Form 301)
Reminder: All work-related fatalities must be reported to OSHA within 8 hours of the incident. All work-related inpatient hospitalizations, all amputations, and all losses of an eye must be reported to OSHA within 24 hours of the incident. If you are apart of an OSHA state plan, make sure you know your state requirements.
Keep your records up to date to avoid any non-compliance! If you need any assistance with recordkeeping, we would be happy to help. Contact us at (270) 753-6529 to assist in your needs today.