Form 300A Deadline is July 1, 2018

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EMPLOYERS with 20 or more employees must submit their OSHA 300A by July 1, 2018

On April 30, federal OSHA issued a news release stating that employers in state plans currently without electronic reporting regulations (California, Maryland, Minnesota, South Carolina, Utah, Washington and Wyoming) must submit their injury and illness data through OSHA’s portal even if their state has not yet adopted their own state rule.

California has yet to adopt the rules, however as an employer, with 20 or more employees in certain industries, you are required to submit your 300 A by July 1, 2018. To determine if you are exempt (agriculture is not) please visit, OSHA Exempt List and Newly Covered Industries or at OSHA Safety and Health Administration

If you are one of our Clients and have your 2017 OSHA information on, you will be able to use that system to file your 300A.

If your information is not on you may use an excel OSHA log and visit federal OSHA’s ITA website for instructions on how to get started with the filing.

If you need help with OSHAlogs or have questions, please contact our claims team Sean Morris (805) 220-9241 and Alfonso Acuna at (805) 220-9473.