Beginning February 1, 2022, California employers must post their Form 300A, Annual Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses (which includes COVID-19-related injuries) in a visible and easily accessible area at every worksite. The Form 300A summary must remain posted through April 30, 2022.   This year, the Form 300A will summarize all job-related injuries and illnesses from 2021 that were logged on Form 300, Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses.

CalWorkSafety & HR is here to help with these new requirements and get your company in full compliance. If you have questions or need guidance for this requirement due February 1st, or need help with the now required, electronic posting with the Federal government, please contact us at (949) 533-3742.

Companies with no recordable injuries or illnesses in 2021, must still post the summary with zeros on the “total” line.

Remember, employers must post only the summary (Form 300A), not the log (Form 300), and an owner, corporate officer, highest-ranking person at the establishment, or immediate supervisor of the highest-ranking person at the establishment, must certify the annual summary.

Electronic Reporting Due March 2, 2022

Cal/OSHA also requires certain California employers to electronically submit Form 300A data to the federal OSHA. Employers must electronically report their 2021 Form 300A by March 2, 2022, if they:

  • Employ 250 or more workers, unless specifically exempted by California Code of Regulations Title 8, Section 14300.2.

Electronic reporting doesn’t change the requirement that all employers keep and maintain Form 300Form 300A and Form 301 for five years, regardless of their size.

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