Saturday, March 2nd is the deadline to electronically report your OSHA Form 300A data for injuries and illnesses reported in the 2018 calendar year. Specified establishments are required to submit this electronic information.
Establishments, not the firm as a whole, with 250 or more employees are no longer required to electronically submit their OSHA Form 300A. Only a small number of establishments are required to electronically submit their Form 300A data electronically to OSHA. If your establishment meets any of the following criteria an electronic submission is NOT required.
- Peak employment in 2018 was 19 or fewer
- Establishment’s industry is on this list
- Peak employment between 20 and 249 employees in 2018 AND establishment’s industry is NOT on this list
All establishments, regardless of size or industry, must post their OSHA Form 300A on site at each workplace (from February 1 through April 30). OSHA Forms 300, 300A, and 301 records must be kept for five years and readily produced for OSHA inspections. You can read the OSHA ruling on electronic submission requirements in its entirety through the Federal Register.
If you are required to submit the OSHA Form 300A, submissions can be made through the Injury Tracking Application. If you need further clarification on whether or not your establishment must electronically submit the OSHA Form 300A review the OSHA FAQs on Reporting or call U.S. Compliance for more information.