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Don’t Forget to Post Your Workplace Injury Summary by February 1st.

When an employee is hurt on the job, filling out forms probably isn’t the first thing on your mind. But keeping a record of what happened and why is important so that you can correct hazards and prevent future injuries.

What you need to know.
  • If your business has 11 or more employees, you generally are required to keep a log of work-related injuries and illnesses.
  • Oregon OSHA requires employers to post the OSHA 300A summary no later than February 1, and keep it posted through April 30.

SAIF’s free online training covers the basics, including:

  • Who needs to report—and who doesn’t
  • What kinds of injuries to include
  • Which forms to use
  • How long to keep the information

Got a few minutes? Take the training now.

Or register for their free webinar on Thursday, January 18.

For more information, including a SAIF link to new electronic recordkeeping requirements, read the full article, or visit SAIF’s topic page.

 

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