The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is reminding employers to submit calendar year 2022 Form 300A injury and illness data electronically by March 2, 2023.

Not all establishments are required to keep and submit OSHA injury and illness records. Establishments under Federal OSHA jurisdiction can use the ITA Coverage Application to determine if they are required to electronically report their injury and illness information to OSHA. Establishments under State Plan jurisdiction should contact their State Plan.

Employers must connect their Injury Tracking Account to a account to submit their 2022 workplace injury and illness data. Watch the video to learn how.

Establishments that meet any of the following criteria DO NOT have to electronically report their information to us. Note:  these criteria apply at the establishment level, not to the firm as a whole.

  • The establishment’s peak employment during the previous calendar year was 19 or fewer, regardless of the establishment’s industry.
  • The establishment’s industry is on Appendix A to Subpart B of OSHA’s recordkeeping regulation, regardless of the size of the establishment.
  • The establishment had a peak employment between 20 and 249 employees during the previous calendar year AND the establishment’s industry is NOT on Appendix A to Subpart E of OSHA’s recordkeeping regulation.

OSHA also provides a coverage table for additional information.

Contact ACA’s Riaz Zaman for more information.