Incident Report Guidelines


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OSHA Incident Report Guidelines

What you need to know about OSHA Incident Reporting. If you have than 10 employees you are required to keep a record of serious work related injuries and illnesses.

This helps in the ongoing evaluation of safety in your workplace, controlling workplace hazards, implementing employee and contractor protections to reduce and incidents and injuries.

Maintain Incidents

You need to keep records for at least five years and an online, digital incident report system has some obvious advantages for doing this.

Many employers are actually required to electronically submit the summary of injuries and illnesses and so if you don't have an online system, it's a requirement to transition to one.

Ask these questions

How can you improve your management of incidents in the workplace? Do you manage contractors, employees and visitors? Do they have the ability to lodge an online incident report?