Deadline Approaching for Specific Employers to Submit 2022 Workplace Injury, Illness Data

Deadline Approaching for Specific Employers to Submit 2022 Workplace Injury, Illness Data

Employers who meet the requirements have a deadline of March 2, 2023, to electronically submit Form 300A.

If your calendars aren’t already marked, grab a pen (or open the calendar app, since we’re in the twenty-first century). March 2, 2023, is the deadline to submit 2022 workplace injury and illness data to OSHA.

Form 300A must be submitted electronically by this date, OSHA said in a news release.

Reading this and worrying that you may have missed something? Not every employer is required to submit this data. Establishments in specific industries, those with fewer than 20 workers in the applicable year and those with 20 to 249 employees that are not a part of certain industries are not required to e-submit Form 300A (unless requested), according to OSHAChanges to the record-keeping regulations were proposed earlier this year.

To check if this applies to your establishment, visit OSHA’s ITA Coverage Application.

Have other questions? Read OSHA’s frequently asked questions on the topic.

About the Author

Alex Saurman is a former Content Editor for Occupational Health & Safety,who has since joined OH&S’s client services team. She continues to work closely with OH&S’s editorial team and contributes to the magazine.

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