Are you ready? February 1st is rapidly approaching! That is the date the OSHA 300A Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses form must be signed and posted. The OSHA 300A Summary form is not complicated and shouldn’t take long to complete, but it’s easy to make mistakes. Guidance for OSHA recordkeeping can be found in the OSHA Recordkeeping Standard, 29 CFR 1904.
OSHA Form 300 A – Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses –
- Use form 300 A at end of year to record work-related injury/illness totals for the previous year in each category.
- Must be posted by February 1st and remain up until April 30th
- Must be posted in an area available to all employees such as a break room. By visible, we mean in an area available to all employees such as a break room.
- Must be signed by a “certifying official” and posted in visible area.
Properly identifying your OSHA reporting requirements can be difficult. It is worth your time to ensure you only report accidents that need to be reported. Our team of experts is here to help you navigate reporting and recording requirements in this ever-changing landscape of OSHA regulations. Contact Blakeman & Associates if you need any assistance.