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OSHA Form 300

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires employers with ten or more full-time employees to record work-related incidents and retain a yearly log of all workplace injuries and illnesses. OSHA 300 is the official OSHA form for all employers to record all reportable workplace-related diseases and injuries.  

What is the OSHA Form 300?

 

The OSHA Form 300 allows employers to record their workplace reportable injuries and illnesses. The form enables employers to keep track of all recordable injuries, where they occur in the workplace, how they occur, the nature of each case, and employee details. The form also helps track the number of days away from work or days on restricted or light duty.

 

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What is the OSHA Form 300?

 

The OSHA Form 300 allows employers to record their workplace reportable injuries and illnesses. The form enables employers to keep track of all recordable injuries, where they occur in the workplace, how they occur, the nature of each case, and employee details. The form also helps track the number of days away from work or days on restricted or light duty.

 

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What Kinds of Injuries or Illnesses Should Be Reported on The OSHA 300 Form?

As per OSHA’s recommendations, employers must record:

All new cases of work-related fatalities, injuries, and illnesses

All new cases of work-related fatalities, injuries, and illnesses

All cases that result in leave of absence, days away from work, restricted work, or temporary/permanent transfer to another job

All cases that result in leave of absence, days away from work, restricted work, or temporary/permanent transfer to another job

Cases with medical treatment beyond first aid involving symptoms such as loss of consciousness, a significant injury, or illness diagnosed by a licensed health care professional

Cases with medical treatment beyond first aid involving symptoms such as loss of consciousness, a significant injury, or illness diagnosed by a licensed health care professional

How Should You Record Your Employee Injuries?

Employers must utilize the OSHA 300 Log and the Form 301 Incident Report to document each recordable injury or illness at the workplace. Each case must be recorded within seven calendar days after the injury or illness occurred.

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What Other Forms Are Used to Record Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses?

In addition to OSHA 300, employers use OSHA 301 and 300-A forms as the actual log. Under OSHA requirements, all employers must properly document work-related injuries. By failing to do so, employers may pay hefty fines.

When an OSHA inspector arrives at your workplace, employees’ injury and illness records are one of the first things they will check during an inspection. Do you need assistance with workplace injury case management and proper recordkeeping? Axiom Medical can help!

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