Are you recording COVID-19 cases on Form 300? Learn how to comply with OSHA requirements.
As COVID-19 exposure continues to grow, you will likely need to report cases in your workplace. OSHA imposes strict reporting obligations that you must understand and follow consistently.
You need to know when to complete Form 300 and what information you must retain and share.
- What are your OSHA recording obligations for illnesses in the workplace?
- How do those recording obligations apply to COVID-19?
- Does OSHA consider COVID-19 to be recordable? Where?
- How can you determine if an employee’s COVID-19 case is work-related?
- Where can you obtain Form 300? When and how should you use it?
- Are smaller employers still required to record COVID-19 cases?
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