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OSHA recordkeeping rules: 7 mistakes and how to avoid them
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OSHA released an update to the electronic recordkeeping rule on Jan. 25, 2019, requiring establishments to electronically submit information from their OSHA injury and illness records. This information affects:

  • Form 300A - Summary of work-related injuries and illnesses.
  • Form 300 -  Log of work-related injuries and illnesses.
  • Form 301 - Injury and illness incident reports.

This rule has been the subject of some controversy regarding privacy concerns. This data was always available to employees and their representatives; however, it was the first time the information would be reported in such an open and accessible manner.

OSHA determined that in order to protect the privacy of the worker, it would eliminate the requirement for organizations to electronically send Form 300 and Form 301 as of Jan. 25, 2019. There are still reporting requirements for Form 300A.

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