If you remember, the 300A form summarizes the injury and illness information that was kept on the OSHA 300 log form. Covered employers are required to prepare and maintain records of serious occupational injuries and illnesses that occur at a workplace on the OSHA 300 log form. At the end of the year, covered employers are required to tally the totals on each column and enter the totals on the OSHA 300A form. The information should be used by employers to evaluate safety in the workplace and determine ways to eliminate or reduce hazards in the workplace. OSHA's 300A form is required to be posted until April 30, 2018, and must be retained for 5 years. During the retention period, you are required to update the log to add new information regarding the occupational injuries and illnesses recorded on it. OSHA has a brief tutorial to help you complete the forms.
|OSHA 300 Log Form|
|OSHA 300A Form - Posting/Reporting Form|
- The establishment's peak employment during the previous calendar year was 19 or fewer, regardless of the establishment's industry.
- The establishment's industry is on this list, regardless of the size of establishment.
- The establishment had peak employment between 20 and 249 employees during the previous calendar year and the establishment's industry is not on this list. Construction and Remediation and other waste management services are both on this list, so if you are in those industries and meet the size requirements you must electronically report your OSHA 300A information.
- Establishments under the jurisdiction of these State Plan states do not currently have to electronically submit to OSHA: California, Maryland, Minnesota, South Carolina, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming.
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