November 8, 2023

OSHA Recordkeeping: New Reporting Requirements Effective January 1, 2024

Did you know that OSHA has new electronic reporting requirements that take effect on January 1, 2024?

Covered entities are required to submit 2023 injury data electronically via OSHA's Injury Tracking Application (ITA) no later than March 2, 2024.

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Who has to submit data online?

     All establishments with 250 or more employees are still required to submit their 300A Summary data through the      ITA.

     High Hazard industries: Changes were made to the reporting requirements for “High Hazard” industries - those      whose North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Codes appear in Appendix B of Subpart E.      Previously, establishments in these industries were required to submit 300A data if they had 20 or more      employees at any time during the previous year.

The new reporting requirements apply to establishments in those "high hazard" industries who had peak employment of 100 or more employees during the previous year. In addition to submitting 300A Summary data, those establishments now must also submit detailed information about each recordable injury and illness entered on their previous calendar year’s OSHA Form 300 Log and Form 301 Incident Report (29 CFR 1904.41).

Who no longer has to submit online:

Those with fewer than 100 employees (i.e. those with 20+ employees that were required to submit 300A data previously) are no longer required to submit 300A data.

                                                                    OVERVIEW OF THE CHANGES

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