Did you know you have access to Pinnacol’s OSHA Report Manager? The online tool is designed to help you comply with the OSHA recordkeeping rule and save time while doing so. You can generate your business’s OSHA 300, 300A and 301 logs, and now — to make submission even easier — the report manager generates data in the new OSHA-approved .csv file format.
Keep in mind only certain industries are required to keep OSHA logs, and additionally, only certain businesses must comply with the Dec. 15 deadline. If you’re unsure where your business stands, take a moment to review the North American Industry Classification System. OSHA does not require employers with 10 or fewer employees to maintain OSHA logs.
Please note that it is the responsibility of the employer to report and file information accurately to OSHA. Pinnacol does not maintain or submit OSHA logs on behalf of its policyholders.
For more information about electronic submission requirements, please review OSHA’s Fact Sheet or contact Safety on Call at firstname.lastname@example.org.