OSHA 1904 Recordkeeping

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Effective dates

January 1, 2002 – Present

 

Official title

29 CFR Part 1904: Recording and Reporting Occupational Injuries and Illnesses

 

Overview

The OSHA 1904 Recordkeeping regulation requires employers to record and report work-related injuries and illnesses. This standard aims to ensure the collection of accurate and consistent data to improve workplace safety and health.

 

Employers must maintain a log of work-related injuries and illnesses (OSHA Form 300), complete an incident report (OSHA Form 301) for each recordable incident, and annually summarize the data (OSHA Form 300A). Certain severe incidents must be reported directly to OSHA, including fatalities and severe injuries such as amputations or hospitalizations.