Preparing for OSHA’s Electronic Recordkeeping Deadline
The February 1 deadline for non-exempt businesses covered by OSHA's Recordkeeping Rule to post OSHA Form 300A has passed, but recordkeeping obligations are not over. Covered employers must keep Form 300A posted in a location where all employees can clearly see it through April 30, and some must also submit Form 300A data electronically, via OSHA's Injury Tracking Application (ITA), by March 2.
Who Must Submit Form 300A Data Electronically?
The ITA obligation applies to establishments covered by OSHA's electronic Recordkeeping Rule with 250 or more employees, as well as establishments with 20-249 employees that are covered by the Recordkeeping Standard and operating in certain industries with high rates of injuries and illnesses.
Free OSHA Recordkeeping Webinar
Need more information to help you navigate OSHA Recordkeeping requirements? Watch our free on-demand webinar, OSHA's Recordkeeping Standard: Your Guide to Compliance, which covers:
- Recent Changes to Recordkeeping requirements
- Forms 300, 300A, and 301
- Recordable vs. Non-Recordable
- Electronic reporting applicability
- Timelines and deadlines
- Common mistakes
- Best practices
- Fines and penalties
Let VelocityEHS Help
VelocityEHS' Incident Management solution helps simplify OSHA recordkeeping obligations by enabling you to easily generate the injury and illness summaries that must be posted on-site each February and to complete the necessary forms to meet the electronic submission requirements via OSHA’s ITA. Contact us to learn more.