Category: Recordkeeping

Webinar: First Aid or Medical Treatment? Ensure Proper Recording & Comply with OSHA’s New Injury & Illness Recordkeeping Requirements

Businesses often struggle with determining whether an employee’s injury/illness is work-related, a new case, or whether treatment-rendered by either a licensed health-care provider or a first-aid trained coworker, need to be recorded. To assure compliance, it is critical to have a clear and complete understanding of what constitutes a work-related injury and what constitutes recordable […]

Q&A: Recording Injuries on Multiemployer Worksites

Recently, we received the following question from a subscriber: On a multiemployer worksite, under the direction and control of a primary controlling contractor (C), one of the subcontracted employees (A) was struck by a vehicle and injured by another subcontractor (B). Whose OSHA 300 log should the injury be recorded on? The subcontractor (B) who […]