All you need to tackle your OSHA record-keeping.
Recordkeeping and Reporting
If you’re a construction employer with 20 or more employees, you must report your OSHA log data HERE by March 1, 2020. For more guidance on who must report, and when, click here.
The OSHA Decision Tree
OSHA Hearing-Loss Decision Tree — click here.
OSHA Letters of Interpretation — click here.
Bureau of Labor Statistics (to compare with national averages) — click here.
Washington State Statistics (to compare against state averages) — click here.
Safety-Rate Formula Calculations
Total Recordable-Incidents Rate
Total number of recordables X 200,000, then divided by total worker hours.
Time-Loss Incident Rate
Total number of time-loss cases X 200,000, then divided by total worker hours.
Total number of time-loss days X 200,000, then divided by the total worker hours.
DART (Days Away, Restricted or Transfer)
Total number of days away, restriction or transfer X 200,000, then divided by total worker hours.