Do you need to complete OSHA forms for 2023 for your business and post them in your workplace by February 1, 2024?

Different types and sizes of businesses are required by OSHA to complete injury and illness forms and report the data to OSHA.

OSHA requires employers to use Forms 300, 300A and 301 to satisfy their recordkeeping obligations under the OSH Act. However, not all injuries are recordable incidents. When an employee is injured at work, employers must first determine whether the injury is work-related and whether any recording criteria applies. Our Compliance Overview describes employer recordkeeping requirements under the OSH Act and provides some guidelines employers can follow to determine whether an injury is a recordable incident.

​Visit OSHA’s website to determine if you are required to comply. 

Download Compliance Overview