Employers required to keep track of workplace injuries and illnesses on OSHA Form 300 must publicly post their 2017 results on Form 300A by February 1. The rule does not apply to companies with 10 or fewer workers.

Qualifying incidents that must be recorded on Form 300 include all work-related deaths and injuries or illnesses that involve a worker’s loss of consciousness; restricted work activity or transfer to another position; days away from work; or medical treatment past first aid. Unlike the statistics on Form 300A, the information on Form 300 contains employee data that must be kept confidential.

Form 300A must be posted from February 1 through April 30 where company notices are normally displayed. The maximum fine for violating these rules can be as high as $12,934 per violation.

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