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OSHA 300 Logs
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OSHA 300 Logs

Correctly file your injuries

Do I need to post the OSHA 300 Log form? The OSHA 300 log is part of a federal requirement concerning safety in the workplace. It is a form that must be filled out by employers and displayed in a visible area. The log records all applicable injuries or illnesses that occur in the workplace. It must be posted every year between February 1 and April 30. The OSHA 300 log is not required for businesses with 10 or fewer employees and for businesses in certain industries.

ESSG will assist you to maintain the log with accurate and timely information:


  • Maintained according to the calendar year.

  • Posted within seven days after a recordable case has occurred.

  • Keep injury and illness records for each establishment.

  • When employees do not report to work at the same place each day, then records must be kept at the place from which they are paid or at the base from which they operate.

  • The forms must be posted and maintained by all employers, even if no recordable injuries or illnesses occurred during the calendar year.

  • Equivalent forms provided by the employer's insurance agency may be used, but they must include the same information as required by the OSHA 300 log.

  • In addition to the OSHA Form 300 log, employers must maintain OSHA Form 300A: Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses, and OSHA Form 301: Injury and Illness Incident Report.

OSHA 300 Logs
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