New OSHA Recordkeeping Requirements in 2024


November 14, 2023


Joe Keenan, MBA, CSP

  1:00 PM ET | 12:00 PM CT | 10:00 AM PT | 60 Minutes

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On July 17, 2023, the U.S. Department of Labor announced a final rule that requires certain employers in designated high-hazard industries to electronically submit injury and illness data– information that they are already required to keep – to the department’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

Organizations covered under the new rule must electronically submit to OSHA detailed information about each recordable injury and illness entered on their previous calendar year’s OSHA Form 300 Log and Form 301 Incident Report. This includes the date, physical location, and severity of the injury or illness; details about the worker who was injured; and details about how the injury or illness occurred.

A revised rule by the US Department of Labor was announced in July 2023 and will come into effect on January 1, 2024. As per the restructured Section 1904.41(a), employers in designated high-hazard industries with 100 or more employees must submit injury and illness information electronically to OSHA. The information needed to be submitted is what they are already required to keep.

The 4 new key submission requirements are as follows:

  • Annually submit information from Form 300-Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses
  • Annually submit Form 301-Injury and Illness Incident Report to OSHA
  • Continue to submit Form 300A-Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses as before
  • Provide the legal company name at the time of making the electronic submissions to improve data quality

Learning Objectives:

  • Applicability of the New OSHA Submission Requirement
  • Key Benefits: Why is OSHA Requesting for These Submissions?
  • What Must Employers Do to Meet the New OSHA Requirement?

Session Highlights:

  • OSHA's Latest Recordkeeping Standard & What’s Required Now
  • OSHA's current recordkeeping standard requirements for COVID-19 cases
  • Keys for determining if a work-related COVID-19 case is a recordable illness
  • Retention requirements for maintaining mandatory OSHA recordkeeping documents
  • Rules for classifying injuries & illnesses - and how to avoid the common errors
  • OSHA Form 300: Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses
  • OSHA Form 300A: Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses
  • OSHA Form 301: Injury and Illness Incident Report

Who Will Benefit:

  • Human resources staff
  • Healthcare providers and nurses
  • Doctors
  • Physician’s assistants
  • Safety and health professionals and staff
  • Management
  • Supervisors
  • Facility Manager
  • Safety professionals
  • Business owners
  • Anyone with responsibility for safety

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