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January 26, 2015
Remember to post your OSHA 300A by February 1 (Quiz)

We want to remind all covered employers to post the OSHA 300A annual summary of 2014 work-related injuries and illnesses by this Sunday February 1, 2015. The summary must be posted in a conspicuous place where employee notices are posted.

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With the 300 posting date approaching, let's see just how well you know the OSHA recordkeeping requirements.


Question #1

On what day can employers take down the OSHA 300A annual summary of injuries and illnesses for the 2014 calendar year?

a. February 1

b. April 30

c. June 22

d. January 1

Question #2

Is a slip-related injury by an employee in the company parking lot recordable?

a. Yes.

b. Only if the employee is salaried.

c. Only if the employee is clocked in.

d. Not at all.

Question #3

If you had no recordable cases in 2014, are you still required to complete, certify, and post the OSHA 300A annual summary?

a. No.

b. Yes, but you don't have to summarize the information on the 300A form.

c. Yes, but it doesn't have to be certified.

d. Yes.

Now it's time to see how you did.

Answers: 1: b, 2: a, 3: d.

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