Are you at risk of being noncompliant?

Here are some of the most common violations and mistakes to avoid:

  • Failure to post OSHA summaries. Companies are required to post the previous year's log between February 1 and April 30 of the following year.
  • Failure to review and sign the OSHA 300A summary log.
  • Errors in man-hours or inflating man-hours, ultimately causing incident rates to be lower.
  • Not maintaining separate OSHA logs for each establishment.
  • Failure of partially exempt industries to maintain logs for portions of the business that are covered under the new requirements.
  • Failure to record temporary agency employee recordable injuries that occur on company property.
  • Over reporting lost time cases beyond the 180-day cap.

To ensure you're in compliance or to learn more, talk to an advisor today.