OSHA Record Keeping & Reporting During Covid
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February 16, 2021
Ohio Health Care Association
300A logs must be posted in February and members have questions about recording coronavirus related cases. On March 2nd, facilities will need to enter their Electronic Submission of Records to OSHA via the Injury Tracking Application (ITA). Prior to this reporting, OHCA wants to assist members with accurately recording and reporting coronavirus cases as well as all other cases. We will discuss how to properly determine “work-relatedness” of an injury/illness, OSHA’s latest guideline for recording coronavirus related claims, recording hospitalization and death claims, and provide a primer on the required OSHA forms (300, 300A and 301) and general recording criteria for all injuries and illnesses.Expand summary
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