OSHA Recordkeeping

Who Needs to Maintain OSHA Logs?

Companies that have 10 or more employees in industries with high rates of work-related injury/illness, or companies with more than 250 employees are required to maintain OSHA-300 Logs and submit annual reports. Records must be maintain at the workplace for at least 5 years, with summaries of the previous year being posted annually from February-April.

How Do We Work?

Maintaining OSHA Logs and Summaries can be confusing and burdensome. We make it easier for employers by keeping OSHA-300 Logs up to date, providing mid-year reports for employers to review for accuracy, and generating OSHA 301 Forms, and an OSHA 300A Summary to be posted for employees. In the event that you are required to complete an OSHA Inspection we will transmit up to date records of your OSHA 301 Form, 300 Log, and 300A Summary within one business day.

OSHA Recordkeeping Timeline



OSHA 300A Summary must be posted in the workplace for employees to view until April 30



Deadline for submitting 300A Summary to OSHA electronically 



Employers signed up with CompSearch will receive Mid-Year Report to review



Last day to sign up for OSHA Recordkeeping Services by CompSearch, Inc. for 2021


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