Most employers must record injuries on the OSHA 300 Log of Work Related Injuries and Illnesses, as well as the OSHA 301 Incident Report. Learn what is recordable, what is considered first aid, the posting requirements, calculating your incidents rate, confidentiality of records issues, etc.
Effective 1/1/20 the OSHA 300A (Summary only) is required to be electronically submitted, if:
1. At any time during the previous year the employer employed 250 or more employees and are not exempt
2. At any time during the previous year the employer had at least 20 employees and are in a designated high-risk industry, as defined in:
• WAC 296-27-071
• Appendix B (pages 25 & 26)
3. The employer is required to submit information electronically to OSHA and if they receive an additional request from the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, employers must report to both agencies
Employers must submit their 300A Summary electronically by 3/2/20.
This class is FREE for all participants of an Approach-managed retro program. This includes the PITB Association and SMART Association.