The OSHA Form 300A ‘Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses’ for the 2018 calendar year must be posted beginning Friday, February 1. The summary log must be posted at each establishment in a common area where employees are accustomed to viewing notices until Tuesday, April 30.
All employers that are required to maintain an OSHA 300 Injury and Illness log must post the accompanying OSHA 300A summary sheet in their workplace. A company executive must review the related OSHA 300 log and certify that the documented information is correct and complete by signing/dating the OSHA 300A summary form prior to posting. Companies with no recordable injuries or illnesses must post the summary form showing zeros on the total line.
If you are concerned about maintaining these records and/or meeting this deadline, call U.S. Compliance today for support. If you have questions about what injuries and illnesses must be documented, read OSHA Guidelines for Recordkeeping or call U.S. Compliance for more information.