Many California businesses are required to post their OSHA 300 Form now, so we invite you to attend a “How Do & Why “Webinar this Thursday on February 18th.
One of our strategic partners, ESM Insite, offers a free Webinar to help make this process easy for you.
ESM provides employers with education and resources focused on preventing and managing workplace illness and injury which ultimately reduce the risks and costs associated with Workers’ Compensation. For more information, please go to their website: https://www.esminsite.com/
|Reserve your spot to attend this event for current OSHA posting information and learn easy ways to comply with this annual employer requirement. |
How to Properly Complete Your OSHA 300 Form
Thursday, February 18th, 2021, 9 – 10am
As you should be aware, your Cal/OSHA Form 300A Summary must be posted (“in a visible location”) from February 1st, 2021 to April 30th, 2021, EVEN IF no work-related injuries or illnesses occurred during the year.
Although there are a few partial exemptions from recordkeeping (found here), the majority of California employers are required to post the form and submit your 300A to Fed/OSHA’s ITA system by March 2nd, 2021. There are also submission exemptions for employers with 250 or more employees (found here) and employers with 20 to 249 employees (found here), but the majority will need to submit their form by the above date.
Over the past month we have noticed several discrepancies on the 300 logs, especially related to COVID recordable cases. To record – or not to record, that is the question!
As such, we are going to host a 45-minute training on Thursday, February 18th, 2021 to review the following: How to properly complete your OSHA 300 and 300A. COVID recordable case requirements (do you include quarantine days?). How to submit your 300A to Fed/OSHA. How to use the OSHA 300 day to establish lost day and temporary disability goals. We’ve got an actionable tool for you. Click below to register. You can also submit your questions on the registration form, and we will do our best to answer those during the webinar.
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