Update applicable to:
Certain employers in designated high-hazard industries
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has published a final electronic recordkeeping rule that mandates certain employers to submit information from Forms 300 and 301 once a year.
What are the details?
Employers with 100 or more employees in specific industries fall under this requirement. OSHA has also updated its system for determining which industries are subject to the information submission requirement.
Under the final rule, employers with 250 or more employees must continue to electronically submit information from Form 300A annually. Additionally, employers with 20 to 249 employees in designated industries will be required to submit information from Form 300A electronically once a year.
The data collected through these submissions will be posted on a public website, but personal identifying information like employees’ names and contact details will be removed. The rule will take effect on January 1, 2024.
For more information, please see the links below:
What do employers need to do?
Employers can visit the above federal register page in late July or August when the rule is expected to be published and can review the rule’s requirements by visiting the final rule link above.
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