The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, known as OSHA, requires that most employers keep records in the form of Forms 300, 301, and 300A. Templates of these forms are available to you at www.osha.gov. Below are some deadlines tips for successful recordkeeping.
Electronic Submission Tips
- The requirement to electronically sub misinformation from your OSHA 300-A applies to all employers with 250 or more employees and some employers with 20-249 employees in an establishment. OSHA defines an “establishment” as a single physical location where the business is conducted or where services or industrial operations are performed.
- If you have 20-249 employees and are in certain high-risk industries based on your North American Industry Classification System
(NAICS) code. You can find your code at: https://www.census.gov/eos/www/naics/, which provides a “look up” feature. Agriculture, construction, manufacturing, lawn, and garden
equipment and supply stores, and many other businesses are on this list.
- If you are in a state with its own State OSHA Plan, check that plan for specific requirements.
- Only include injuries that meet OSHA’s recordability requirements on OSHA 300 logs.
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