Are Your OSHA 300A Forms Posted?

Are Your OSHA 300A Forms Posted?

Houston – As a reminder, employers with 10 or more employees must post the OSHA-required Form 300A, which summarizes an employer’s reportable injuries and illnesses for 2011. Even if there were no reportable injuries/illnesses for the previous year, you are still required to post the form with zeros on the total line. The poster should be certified by a company executive, posted until April 30th and also distributed to any offsite employees. For those just posting now, Form 300A covers the previous year only and so any incidents that occured in 2012 do not need to be included.

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