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It’s Time to Post and Submit Your 300A Data

Don’t Forget: It’s time to post your OSHA 300A Summary and submit your 300A data to federal OSHA

By Feb 1: Post Your OSHA 300A Summary

picture of formsPost a copy of your OSHA 300A Summary for calendar year 2021 between February 1 and April 30 in a common area where notices to employees are usually posted.

  • Post the 300A Summary at the establishment where the injuries or illnesses occurred. In cases where the employees are mobile, the OSHA 300A Summary may be posted where employees regularly report to work. Do not post the OSHA 300 Log.
  • The OSHA 300A Summary must be signed and dated by a company executive (a designated company representative can sign and date the OSHA 300A Summary if a company executive reviews the OSHA 300 Log first.
  • Businesses with 10 or fewer employees at any time during 2021 and businesses in these low-hazard industries are exempt from the posting requirement.

You will find more information about the OSHA 300A on Oregon OSHA’s Recordkeeping and Reporting webpage.

By March 2: Electronically Submit your 300A data to Federal OSHA

You must electronically submit your 300A data for calendar year 2021 to federal OSHA by March 2 if:

  • Your business has 250 or more employees and is required to maintain an OSHA 300 Log. (Table 1 in 437-001-0700 lists establishments that are not required to maintain an OSHA 300 Logs.)
  • Your business had 20 or more employees, but fewer than 250 employees, at any time during 2021 and is in an industry listed in 437-001- 0700(24)(b), Table 7.

If you are required to electronically submit your 300A data to federal OSHA, you must use federal OSHA’s Injury Tracking Application. For more information about Oregon OSHA’s recordkeeping requirements see 437-001-0700 Recording Workplace Injuries and Illnesses.

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