February 1 - April 30 Deadline Approaching - Employers Must Post OSHA's 300A Log

Between February 1 – April 30 of each year, covered employers MUST post the Occupational Safety & Health Administration’s (OSHAForm 300A.  Form 300A summarizes the illnesses and injuries that were reported during 2014 in OSHA Form 300.  Form 300A must be posted in a location that is accessible to all employees (e.g., break room, employee bulletin board, or near time clock).  If an OSHA Inspector finds that the log is not posted, OSHA can issue a citation.

February 1 - April 30 Deadline Approaching - Employers Must Post OSHA's 300A Log

Between February 1 – April 30 of each year, covered employers MUST post the Occupational Safety & Health Administration’s (OSHA) Form 300A.  Form 300A summarizes the illnesses and injuries that were reported during 2014 in OSHA Form 300.  Form 300A must be posted in a location that is accessible to all employees (e.g., break room, employee bulletin board, or near time clock).  If an OSHA Inspector finds that the log is not posted, OSHA can issue a citation.

The list of exempt employers has been updated on OSHA’s website.  Employers with ten or few employees, regardless of what industry they are in, are typically exempt from this new regulation and exempt from other OSHA recordkeeping requirements.

If you have questions regarding this requirement or need assistance with your recordkeeping, please contact Advanced Safety & Industrial Hygiene, an Advanced GeoServices company:

Nicole Sheets, CIH, CSP
nsheets@advancedgeoservices.com
717.321.4869

Andrew Heivly
aheivly@advancedgeoservices.com
610.840.9165