Employers are required to document and report all serious work-related accidents resulting in worker injury or illness. The purpose of reporting is so OSHA can continue to define and develop environmental health and safety programs that improve work safety and protect workers. It is important that you comply with OSHA's CFR 1904 requirement, otherwise your company is at risk of large fines and possible life-threatening situations.
Our team of safety experts know OSHA’s record keeping regulations and can assist you in determining what is a reportable incident, identifying reporting requirements, and filing the appropriate documentation.
Common questions from employers that we address:
- What size company is exempt from reporting
- When is an injury or illness considered work related
- Which work-related injuries and illnesses should you record
- How to fill out OSHA 300 Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses
- When to post the OSHA 300A Form (Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses)
- How long to retain the required records
- Who must electronically submit injury and illness data to OSHA
- What is the deadline for submitting data to OSHA
We can do the reporting for you on an on-going basis, train employees on the reporting requirements and processes, and serve as an auditor of your incident reporting. We will also assist you in meeting or negotiating with OSHA when a serious incident occurs and help handle general OSHA inquiries.
Our safety experts stay updated on OSHA reporting requirements and have the knowledge to ensure your safety records are compliant.
Expert Resources Focused on Your Safety
Our safety experts have on average over 20 years of experience working with companies to develop, maintain, and update safety programs.
• Certified Safety Professionals
• OSHA-Authorized Instructors
• Certified Industrial Hygienists