OSHA Reporting and Recordkeeping Requirements Guide for Higher Education

It is important that colleges and universities understand OSHA’s regulations and requirements so they can provide safe working conditions for faculty and staff.

However, keeping track of these requirements, especially when it comes to reporting and recordkeeping, can be challenging.

In this guide, we explain and help you comply with the OSHA requirements for reporting, recording, and online submission of occupational fatality, injury, and illness data. We also explain:

  • Reporting and recording, how they’re different, and what you need to report or record.
  • The three OSHA recordkeeping forms (the 301 Incident Report, 300 Log, and 300-A Summary).
  • Everything you need to know about the annual online reporting requirements.
  • All the deadlines you have to meet.

And, we provide a helpful glossary of terms at the end of the guide.

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