If you have not posted your OSHA 300A you are late, but hopefully not sorry.
This is nothing but good defense just in case a disgruntled employee drops a dime or OSHA comes knocking on your door. OSHA 300A is your best defense.
I have included the OSHA 300A form as a pre fill doc along with instructions.
It may appear to be a daunting task but really it should take you a small amount of time to complete. Then simply hang it where everyone can see it and keep it up until April 30th .
Don’t think you are exempt, because you’re not, get this posted.
And unlike a seagull that will fly in, poop and leave…..I am here to answer any of your questions.
OSHA Form 300A Posting Requirements Begin Feb. 1
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires employers subject to its recordkeeping requirements to post copies of their OSHA Form 300A between February 1 and April 30 of each year.
The OSHA Form 300A, also known as the “Summary of Work-related Injuries and Illnesses,” must be completed by February 1 using data from the previous calendar year.
As a reminder, OSHA’s recordkeeping requirement does not apply to employers with 10 or fewer employees, or to employers that are in a partially exempt industry.
Employer Action Steps
On February 1, employers subject to OSHA recordkeeping requirements must ensure that copies of their completed Forms 300A are posted in each of their establishments. The form must be displayed in a conspicuous place or places where notices to employees are customarily posted.
Until April 30, these employers must also ensure that their Form 300A postings remain in place and are not altered, defaced or covered by other material.
Employers should retain their OSHA 300 log, the privacy case list (if one exists), the annual summary and the OSHA 301 incident report forms for five years following the end of the calendar year that these records cover.