The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires certain establishments to report information from their injury and illnesses entered on their previous calendar year’s OSHA:
- Form 300A Summary of Work-related Injuries and Illnesses,
- Form 300 Log of Work-related Injuries and Illnesses,
- and 301 Injury and Illness Incident Report
Covered establishments must electronically submit these documents by March 2 of the following calendar year.
OSHA provides a secure website, the Injury Tracking Application (ITA), where you can manually enter your data to the ITA via their web form, upload a CSV file to the ITA, or transmit data electronically via an API (application programming interface).
Van Wyk’s Electronic OSHA Reporting Log
As a client of Van Wyk, you receive complimentary access to Van Wyk Connect, our user-friendly solution to help you find the content and tools needed to stay compliant, manage risk, and build a better workforce. The OSHA Log, found within Van Wyk Connect, is a valuable tool for incident tracking, data storage, and effortless generation of OSHA-compliant reports. With our OSHA Log, you can log all incidents, generate and print an OSHA 300, 300A, and 301-compliant reports, and analyze how you stack up against the industry. There is even an “Ask Incident Advisor” tool that can help you determine whether an injury needs to be reported. To log into Van Wyk Connect and begin utilizing this tool today, visit our website and click the “Login” button at the top right of the screen. If you need help logging in or have forgotten your login credentials, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Van Wyk Connect Overview
To see firsthand how Van Wyk Connect is a solution for you, watch this short tutorial video below. OSHA Log-specific information begins at the 2:54 mark.
Links and Resources
- OSHA recording and reporting website
- Instructions for submitting electronic records to OSHA
- OSHA’s recordkeeping regulations
- Van Wyk’s Electronic OSHA Log
This blog post is not intended to be exhaustive nor should any discussion or opinions be construed as legal advice. Readers should contact legal counsel for legal advice.