OSHA’s Form 300A (Rev. 01/2004)
Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses
All establishments covered by Part 1904 must complete this summary page, even if no injuries or illnesses ocurred during the year. Remember to review the log to verify that entries are complete.
To get the form for free go to DOL site, here, click on the OSHA 300, 300A, and 301 forms link in the box on the right that is titled “Most Frequently Viewed OSHA Publications.”
Feeling lazy? Please read our prior posts on National Emphasis Program on Recordkeeping.

(OSHA) is initiating a national emphasis program (NEP) on recordkeeping to assess the accuracy of injury and illness data recorded by employers.

OSHA recordkeeping inspectors coming soon.
OSHA recordkeeping inspectors coming soon.

This new NEP will involve inspecting occupational injury and illness records prepared by businesses and appropriately enforcing regulatory requirements when employers are found to be under-recording injuries and illnesses.
The NEP will focus on selected industries with high injury and illness rates. The inspections include a records review, employee interviews, and a limited safety and health inspection of the workplace.
Now is probably a good time to do a self audit to assure your records are in order.
If you are the lucky recipient of one of these visits, how did it go?