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OSHA to employers: Injury and illness reporting period nearing

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Washington — OSHA is reminding employers of the upcoming window to submit 2022 Form 300A data.

Between Jan. 2 and March 2, establishments with 250 or more employees and those with 20-249 employees in certain high-hazard industries must electronically submit Form 300A – a yearly summary of injury and illnesses data. The data can be submitted in three ways via the Injury Tracking Application website

  • Manually
  • By uploading a CSV (comma-separated values) file to add multiple establishments at the same time
  • Via an application programming interface

Be advised: New login procedures, using Login.gov, went into effect in October. OSHA has a how-to video that explains the account creation process.


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