When should incidents be redlined on the OSHA 300 Log? [Video]

Posted by admin on December 17, 2015

Throughout the incident investigation process, new information may come to light for a case that has been recorded on the OSHA 300 log, which makes it no longer considered as a recordable incident.

In these situations, a red line can be drawn through the incident on the OSHA 300 log to indicate that it is no longer OSHA recordable.

For example, if an employee dies on a project, that fatality must be recorded. However, if it's later determined that the employee died from a non-work related condition, the incident would no longer be recordable, and the employer would red-line the case on its OSHA 300 log.

IndustrySafe safety management software allows safety professionals to easily redline incidents with a single click of the mouse. If you're interested in learning how IndustrySafe can help your company with OSHA recordkeeping, contact us today or visit our website.

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