Most employers with more than ten employees must keep a continuous record of the OSHA 300 form and annually post the OSHA 300A form from February 1 to April 30. The OSHA 300 log tracks injuries and illnesses that occur in the workplace. This time of year you should be reviewing your OSHA 300 log to be sure it is complete and getting ready to post the OSHA 300A Form.
More information about the OSHA recordkeeping requirements can be found on their website. The OSHA 300, 300A, and 301 forms are available as fillable PDF forms or excel documents here. If you have any questions about OSHA recordkeeping, please contact your loss control manager, Cole Cummins. Be sure to tune in to our annual OSHA recordkeeping webinar on January 17.
Please note that educational institutions are generally exempt from this requirement.