Electronic Reporting to OSHA for Utilities and Construction

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By Stephen Barlas, Washington Correspondent

The new requirements from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) just keep coming. A few months ago, it was the silica final rule. Now the agency says companies will have to send injury and illness reports which they already prepare to the agency in electronic form. The rule has different requirements depending on size of the company. Businesses with 250 or more employees must send their Forms 300, 300A and 301 to OSHA or OSHA’s designee on an annual basis. Smaller companies with 20 or more employees but fewer than 250, in certain designated…

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