There have been a number of changes that have to do with OSHA’s injury and illness recordkeeping and reporting forms and requirements. And on top of that, there are some deadlines and new “effective dates” coming up.
The injury and illness reporting forms themselves–301, 300, and 300A-were a lot to know about.
And keeping track of the new requirements for recordkeeping, reporting, and online reporting just add to that.
So in this post, we’ll take a look at:
- What’s reportable and what’s not
- Who has to report and who doesn’t
- OSHA’s recordkeeping and reporting forms for injuries and illnesses (forms 301, 300, and 300A)
- OSHA’s new online reporting and injury requirements for some employers
- Effective dates for the new requirements
- Deadlines for reporting
Hopefully this will make everything a little easier to understand for you.
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