Keeping accurate records
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires that certain employers maintain employee injury and illness records. Many Pinnacol customers must comply, and we know it can seem overwhelming and stressful. To provide some relief and save you time, we offer a wealth of training and resources:
OSHA Recordkeeping Course
This course shows participants the key elements of the standard and how to make it a part of an effective safety program, as well as the purpose and scope of OSHA's 1904 Recordkeeping and Reporting Occupational Injuries and Illnesses. January 12, 2023 in Denver.
Check out Pinnacol's OSHA Recordkeeping app
Whether you report a claim by phone or online, your information imports to the app where you can easily and securely transfer data into OSHA forms 301, 300 and 300A. You can access the app through the Policyholder Portal, or simply click the link below.
Keep in mind, only certain industries are required to keep OSHA logs, and additionally, only specific businesses must comply. To find out more and whether you're required to prepare and maintain records, visit OSHA's Recordkeeping Rule resource, or contact your Pinnacol safety consultant for support.
OSHA injury reports are separate and distinct from injury reports required by the Colorado Workers' Compensation Act.