Most companies in the United States must comply with the OSHA (29 CFR 1904) Recordkeeping Standard. This means that they must accurately maintain their OSHA 300/301/300a injury and illness logs throughout the year as well as certify and post the annual summary. This can be a huge administrative burden on companies who need to spend more time focusing on their businesses instead of time consuming paperwork.
TSG Safety specializes in creating and maintaining a company’s OSHA 300 Log. Completion of a short form for each injury will provide enough information for TSG to ensure accurate recordkeeping and compliance with OSHA (29 CFR 1904). TSG will also provide your Annual Summary 300a in early January for the previous year. This must be certified by a company owner or officer.
TSG Safety provides a 100% guarantee that your company will not receive an OSHA citation for Recordkeeping while utilizing our preparation and maintenance services. If your company receives a citation for violation of OSHA Recordkeeping requirements, TSG Safety will reimburse your company for the associated fine.
Privacy is a major concern for all businesses, especially in regards to the OSHA 300 logs. TSG Safety maintains your logs with the utmost privacy and will not release any information to anyone besides the account holder or designated administrator.
The Recordkeeping requirements outlined in the OSHA standard requires businesses to maintain up to date and accurate records regarding workplace injuries and illnesses. Work related injuries and illnesses must be recorded on the OSHA Form 300 Log (“300 Log”). In addition to maintaining the OSHA 300 Log, businesses must also prepare the OSHA Form 300A Summary at the end of the year. This must be posted at your establishment from February 1 through April 30 following the previous calendar year. Citations for not properly recording injuries or illnesses can bring fines of $750 minimum for noncompliance from OSHA.
Employers must record all new cases of work-related fatalities, injuries, and illnesses if they involve:
- days away from work,
- restricted work or transfer to another job,
- medical treatment beyond first aid,
- loss of consciousness, or
- a significant injury or illness diagnosed by a physician or other licensed health care professional.
Each recordable injury or illness case must be recorded on the OSHA 300 Log and the Form 301 Incident Report within seven calendar days after the employer receives notice that the injury or illness occurred.