What are the OSHA 300A Summary Posting requirements and how can AdvanStaff HR help?
The Federally Required OSHA 300A Summary Posting is Due Feb 1
What: OSHA 300A Summary of serious work-related injuries & illnesses
When: Post from February 1 thru April 30, 2019 for the prior year’s data
Why: As required by OSHA for record keeping
Who: Employers with more than 10 employees*
How: Simply, print, sign & post the summary report alongside your other required workplace notices.
Where: Each worksite location
As a courtesy, our Risk Management department has recently emailed the OSHA 300A Summary to clients, for whom we are managing their Workers’ Compensation Program.
Regardless of who manages your W/C program, posting requirements may apply. *
Contact our Risk Department lead to learn more about OSHA’s posting requirements, to find out if your company is presently in compliance and what AdvanStaff HR can do to assist your company now and in the future!
Accurate Data = Accurate Reporting
It is important the summary contain accurate information. Please take a moment to review the OSHA 300A summary we recently sent**. Verify we are utilizing the best point of contact’s email address, as well as the address, phone number, and claim information on the form for accuracy.
Need a training refresher?
It’s easy to forget what constitutes a workplace injury or illness and how to properly document an incident. AdvanStaff HR can provide training for your staff on this subject which greatly increase the timeliness and accuracy of your reporting. Call us!
Learn More About OSHA 300A
Of course, as always, we are here to help and answer any questions you may have! To learn more about this and other OSHA requirements, visit OSHA.GOV .
Dianne Peace, Risk Management Lead
8925 West Russell Rd, Suite 100
Las Vegas, NV 89148
*Contact AdvanStaff HR if you are unsure if your company is required to comply.
**OSHA 300A reports were sent to clients whose Workers Compensation Program is directly managed by AdvanStaff HR. If your program is managed by a third party, you may contact us to learn what to request from them for this posting requirement.