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Time to Post Your OSHA 300

OSHA 300A Summary is the annual summary of injuries and illnesses recorded on your OSHA 300 log.

Be sure to review the OSHA 300 log to verify that the entries are accurate and to correct deficiencies. The OSHA 300A Summary must be certified (signed and dated) by a company executive. A designated representative can certify the OSHA 300A Summary as long as a company executive reviews the OSHA 300 Log to familiarize themselves with its contents.

Each year you must post a copy of each establishment’s OSHA 300A Summary in a conspicuous place no later than February 1 of the year following the records and keep it posted until April 30. The summary must be posted at the establishment where the injuries or illnesses occurred. In cases where the employees are mobile, the OSHA 300A Summary may be posted at a location where employees regularly report to work. Do not post your OSHA 300 Log.

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