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Music welcome and thank you for joining today's training today's session will be focused on completing your OSHA 300 which must be posted from February 1st to April 30th each year in this session we will discuss the details of how to properly complete your log and the current regulatory requirements so let's get started as of November 1st 2021 the California Office of Administrative Law approved the ruling that requires California employers in the following categories to submit their form 300 a online by December 31st of each year for up to date information on California requirements you can visit the Department of Industrial Relations website found at the bottom of this slide the ruling states that all California employers with 250 or more employees must submit their form 300 a online by December 31st unless specifically exempted by section 14300 point 2 of title 8 of the California Code of regulations California employers with 22 249 employees that fall under the specific industries listed in appendix H of the emergency regulations must also submit their form 300 a online additionally California employers are recommended to follow the instructions posted at the federal osha ITA website found at wWOZ gov now let's discuss the OSHA 300 reporting process in this simplified decision tree diagram provided by Cal OSHA we can see the process employers can utilize to determine if the injury is recordable on the OSHA Form 300 starting at the top did the employee get injured and was it work-related if it is a new case does it meet the recording criteria of the form 300 which we'll discuss later in this presentation if yes then you must record the injury or illness although this diagram may make the process seem easy there are several nuances that must be considered when completing your form as you are already aware the OSHA 300 log must be posted in a conspicuous location from February 1st to April 30th of each year and it must include the total number of job related injuries and illnesses that occurred in the prior year it is recommended that you maintain the forms for at least five years however OSHA does pra forum in Microsoft Excel which will allow you to complete it electronically as well as store them permanently the injury data on your form 300 can be useful in extrapolating trends which can help you set safety goals thus the more historical loss data you have the more accurate your trends may be we'll discuss how to use this injury data to set safety goals later in this presentation there are several exemptions to completing the form 300 but this is the primary one and that is if you have ten or more employees which includes temporary employees that were supervised on a day-to-day basis then you must complete the log in the next few slides we will review several did you knows as well as frequently asked questions first OSHA.