New OSHA final rule will require electronic submission of recordkeeping data [Video]

Posted by admin on September 8, 2016

In May 2016, OSHA released a final rule requiring organizations in designated industries to electronically submit injury and illness information. So what data must be submitted to OSHA as outlined by the ruling?

Organizations in high-risk industries with 20 to 249 employees must submit all data fields currently contained in the OSHA 300A form.

Meanwhile, companies with 250 or more workers will submit data contained in OSHA forms 300A, 300, and 301, with exceptions for fields containing personally identifiable information, such as employee names and addresses.

The IndustrySafe team has known for years that electronic recordkeeping can help businesses to improve safety and reduce administrative burdens.

For more information on how IndustrySafe can help your organization to maintain recordkeeping compliance, visit our website.

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