Every year, millions of workers suffer injuries and illnesses on the job. To protect the safety of workers, OSHA mandates that employers keep track of their workers' injuries and illnesses by recording them using the OSHA log 300A.
Since January 1, 2017 OSHA has required covered employers to not only record this information but also submit this information electronically to the OSHA website. This additional requirement will encourage employers to prevent worker injuries and illnesses and have OSHA researchers identify potential hazards before they occur.
Communicate to your employees the value of work safety and help prevent work-related injuries, illnesses, and death with the OSHA Safety Communication Poster. This Poster meets all mandatory posting requirements for OSHA. Post form 300A from February 1st - April 30th if your business is non-exempt.
February 1st through April 30th
A summary of all work-related injuries and illnesses from 2023 that resulted in death, loss of consciousness, time off work, transfers to "light duty" or medical treatment beyond first aid.
OSHA does not require an employer with less than 10 employees and whose business is classified as a partially exempt industry to post Form 300A (Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses). If your company is partially exempt, but was asked in writing by OSHA or the BLS to post Form 300A, you must do so. Please see the chart below to determine if your business is a partially exempt industry.