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Just in case you have forgotten, this is your reminder that July 1st is the deadline to submit your 2017 injury and illness data. Some locations are not required to submit while others, depending on the size of the establishment, may need to submit the 2017 OSHA 300A, 300, and forms 301.
Table 1 below provides information regarding which establishments must report, what information is required and phase-in deadline.
Note: The Submission Year is the year employers will submit data, so for 2018, employers will submit 2017 data by July 1, 2018.
|Submission Year||Establishments with 250 or more employees must submit information from these forms:||Establishments with 20 to 249 employees must submit information from these forms:||Submission Deadline|
|2018||300A, 300, 301||300A||July 1, 2018|
|2019 and subsequent years||300A, 300, 301||300A||March 2|
Not sure if you are required to report? Here is a link to see if your industry is listed. If it is not, you are not required to report: https://www.osha.gov/recordkeeping/NAICScodesforelectronicsubmission.pdf
Details on electronic submission can be found at:
To submit your 2017 data, click “Launch ITA” at the following link:
A few things to be aware of:
- The electronic reporting requirements are establishment-specific and are based on the size of the establishment, not the firm. An establishment is defined as a single physical location where business is conducted or where services or industrial operations are performed.
- You will not be required to report the employees’ names from the OSHA 300 or, from the form 301, the employee home address (field 2), name of physician or other health care professional (field 6) or facility name and address if treatment was given away from the worksite.
Please contact me at (919) 459-5249 or email@example.com if you have questions about reporting injury and illness information.