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Time to Post OSHA 300A Injury and Illness Log


Covered employers must post OSHA Form 300A Injury and Illness summaries where notices are customarily posted beginning today (February 1) through April 30, 2012. An injury or illness is considered work-related if an event in the workplace caused or contributed to the condition. Note that some employers are exempt from this posting requirement. Employers are exempt if they employ 10 or fewer employees. Those employees are listed on OSHA’s website:

Form 300A is the OSHA log of work-related illnesses and injuries and is used to track each recordable injury or illness that occurred in the previous year. Employers must keep an OSHA log for each work site. An employer with more than one worksite must keep a separate OSHA log and annual summary for each location. Employers must make a copy of the summary available to employees without a fixed worksite.

You can download a copy of Form 300A at

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