Jan 11, 2024
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OSHA Compliance Reminder: Annual Posting & Electronic Submission plus New Requirements for Large Employers in Certain High-Hazard Industries

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OSHA reminder and resources for the upcoming work-related injury recordkeeping deadlines in 2024.

 

As a valued Morris & Garritano client, we want to ensure you have the necessary resources to meet the upcoming work-related injury recordkeeping deadlines.

 

Posting

Most employers with more than 10 employees are required to maintain OSHA 300 Logs and post their Form 300A annual summary for the previous year in a conspicuous location at their worksite from February 1st to April 30th.  Posting is still required even if your establishment has zero recordable injuries.    

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Helpful resources include: 

If you are registered with M&G’s Mineral platform, you can streamline the process by using the OSHA Reporting tool to track workplace incidents which can then be exported onto Form 300 or 300A for easy posting and electronic submission.  

Don’t have Mineral? Request access here. 

 

Electronic Submission

For employers of certain sizes and industries, March 2nd is the deadline for electronic reporting to Federal OSHA.  Electronic submission is still required even if your establishment has zero recordable injuries.

Who is covered by the electronic submission requirements?

  • NEW: Form 300 (Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses) and Form 301 (Injury and Illness Incident Report) Submission:  

Find your establishment classification via the North American Industry Classification System. 

 

For detailed guidance on how to set up your account and submit data, please visit the OSHA’s Injury Tracking Application (ITA). 

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