OSHA injury and illness reporting due dates
Posted June 5, 2018
Employers have until July 1, 2018, to submit electronically their OSHA 300A form for the 2017 year. Starting in 2019 and every following year, the OSHA 300A will be due on March 2.
There are three different options to submit data electronically:
- Entering data into a web form manually;
- Uploading data from a CSV file (CSV stands for comma separated value, a basic text file) for single or multiple establishments; and
- Transmitting automated recordkeeping systems data electronically via an API (application programming interface).
This rule applies to all employers that have 250 or more employees and to employers in high-risk industries that have 20-249 employees working in the 2017 year.
This article was written by Jessica Rios of J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc.
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