OSHA Reporting 101: Compliance with Annual OSHA Recordkeeping Requirements

Updated to include new OSHA reporting requirements, effective January 1, 2024.

Each calendar year from January through December, employers who are required to keep injury and illness records, review workers’ compensation claims and record serious work-related injury and illness events that have occurred at their entity. This information is compiled into an OSHA log and as required by OSHA, posted at the entity by February 1. In addition, some employers are also required to submit an electronic report of this information to OSHA by March 2. Compliance with the OSHA Recordkeeping Rule is essential to providing a safe workplace and preventing injuries.

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The information contained in this report was obtained from sources, which to the best of the writer’s knowledge are authentic and reliable. Gallagher Bassett Services, Inc. makes no guarantee of results, and assumes no liability in connection with either the information herein contained, or the safety suggestions herein made. Moreover, it cannot be assumed that every acceptable safety procedure is contained herein or that abnormal or unusual circumstances may not warrant or require further or additional procedures.

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