Ready to post your OSHA logs by February 1? Discover the specific steps to follow.
Employers in most industries with more than ten employees working in 2020 need to have their OSHA 300 and 300a logs finalized and posted by February 1, 2021.
To complete your log correctly, you need to understand the detailed requirements. It is necessary to calculate lost time accurately, protect exposure cases, and identify trends that require corrections and re-education.
- In which industries must employers submit OSHA 300 logs?
- How many OSHA 300 logs and 300a summary forms do you need?
- What are the differences between reportable, recordable, and non-recordable?
- How should you document privacy cases?
- When is a sharps log required?
- How should you complete the OSHA 300 log and 300a summary form?
- What documents must you retain?
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