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Recording injuries

Injuries and illnesses

If your company had 11 or more employees in Oregon at anytime during the calendar year, including temporary employees, and is not exempt because it is in a low-hazard industry (see 437-001-0700, Table 1), you must:

  • Document any recordable injury or illness on a form called the OSHA 300 Log
  • Complete DCBS Form 801, for each recordable injury or illness entered on the OSHA 300 Log
  • Summarize that information each year on a form called the OSHA 300A

You must also post the OSHA 300A where employees can see it, no later than Feb. 1 each year, and keep it posted until April 30.

Our publication, OSHA forms for recording work-related injuries and illnesses, describes when an injury or illness is work-related and which work-related injuries and illnesses are recordable. It also includes a copy of the OSHA 300 Log and the OSHA 300A form and has instructions on how to complete them.

Our Recording and posting workplace injuries and illnesses fact sheet also covers our requirements for recording work-related injuries and illnesses.

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