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What is reportable to OSHA?
Last Updated: 19th May, 2020
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Subsequently, one may also ask, what is a reportable injury to OSHA?
About OSHA 300A Summaries Recordable work-related injuriesandillnesses are those that result in one or more of thefollowing:medical treatment beyond first aid, one or more days awayfromwork, restricted work or transfer to another job, diagnosis ofasignificant injury or illness, loss of consciousness,ordeath.
Also, what is the difference between OSHA recordable and reportable? Conversely, a work-related illness or injury maybeOSHA recordable/reportable but not meettheeligibility criteria for workers' compensation coverage.Arecordable illness or injury is one that coveredemployersmust enter onto a special form (which you can find here).Actuallythere are a few forms.
Similarly, what is considered an OSHA recordable?
Any work-related fatality. Any work-related injuryorillness that results in loss of consciousness, days away fromwork,restricted work, or transfer to another job.
Do I have to report to OSHA?
No, you do not have to routinelykeepOSHA records. However, you must keep OSHA recordsifrequested to do so in writing by the Bureau ofLaborStatistics or by OSHA. In addition, you mustreportany fatality, in-patient hospitalization, amputation,or loss of aneye to OSHA, per 29 CFR 1904.39.