This topic covers recordkeeping requirements other than OSHA’s injury and illness recordkeeping requirements (OSHA 300 Log), which can be found under the Injury and Illness Records (OSHA 300) topic.
Numerous OSHA and DOT standards require establishments to produce and retain safety records of various kinds. In addition, many states have their own recordkeeping requirements. Some common types of records employers may be required to keep include inspection records, training and/or certification records, medical evaluation records, and written plans for operations such as lockout/tagout.
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