What is an OSHA 300? [VIDEO]

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The OSHA 300 log is an incident summary describing the who, what, when of work-related incidents that occur throughout the year for each work location.  Employers are required to complete and maintain an OSHA 300 log for each workplace location.  The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations specify what type of workplace incidents employers must include on the OSHA 300 log.

According to OSHA regulations, the 300 log must include details of the incident, including the employee information, date of incident, and number of missed or restricted work days due to the incident. Employers are required to complete and maintain an OSHA 300 log for the year, accompanying the various 301 logs filed for each individual incident.

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