Reduce Near Misses and Injuries While Completing all OSHA 300 Logs and Summaries
OSHA is updating the rule that pertains to the tracking of workplace injuries. The new rule will require certain employers to electronically submit injury and illness data beginning in 2017. This information will be publicly available on the OSHA website. The goal of the rule is to encourage employers to better identify hazards, address safety issues, and prevent future injuries and illnesses.
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An OSHA-recordable injury is defined by OSHA as an injury that results in “death, days away from work, restricted work or transfer to another job, medical treatment beyond first aid, or loss of consciousness.” All workplaces are required to make a log of any injuries that are classified as an OSHA-recordable injury.
If your organization has 10 or more employees, you are also required to complete OSHA injury and illness record keeping forms (OSHA 300 Logs) on an ongoing basis and will be requested to produce them for any OSHA visit. Further, the OSHA 300A Summary must be posted in a public workplace area. Your organization can incur a citation and fine if you do not comply with these regulations.
Easily Record and Manage Your Injury and Near Miss Data to Avoid OSHA Citations and Fines
The Risk Management Center enables your workplace to satisfy reporting and posting requirements and avoid OSHA fines. The free OSHA 300 Log Tool is an important component of a comprehensive and accurate incident management program. Simply enter data into the incident report form and it is readily available for all compliance purposes.
The incident report form uses a simple step-by-step entry process to help you document an injury or a near miss. First select the employee involved, then provide a short description of the incident, next add the date that the incident occurred, and then add additional information as needed, at any time.
When necessary, you can print different reports as required by different standards and regulatory organizations: the OSHA 300 Log, OSHA 300A Summary, OSHA 301 Form, First Report of Injury (FROI), Total Case Incident Rate (TCIR), or Days Away, and Restricted and Transferred (DART) reports. Use OSHA 300 Reporting tool to:
- Easy-to-use incident report form
- Manage near miss and recordable injury data
- Generate your OSHA 300 Log summary and other required reports
- Avoid OSHA fines