It’s time to summarize your year (300-A Summarize, that is)
Posted January 17, 2018
It’s 300-A Summary posting time! Every year, employers who keep Part 1904 OSHA workplace injury and illness records are required to review the prior year’s OSHA 300 Log for accuracy, and create their 300-A Annual Summary of Injuries and Illnesses.
Certify the Summary
A company executive must certify that the Summary is correct and complete. A company executive must be:
- An owner of the company;
- An officer of the corporation;
- The highest ranking company official working at the establishment; or
- The immediate supervisor of the highest ranking company official working at the establishment.
Post the Summary
The 2017 300-A Annual Summary must be posted no later than February 1st and must remain in place until at least April 30th. The Summary must be posted in an area where you normally place notices to employees. It must remain visible for the entire posting time.
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