By Adam R. Younger, A. Scott Hecker, Patrick D. Joyce, James L. Curtis, and Craig B. Simonsen
Seyfarth Synopsis: OSHA requires employers to add sure data to its Harm Monitoring Software (ITA) every year by March 2. This 12 months, OSHA is transitioning employer login data from particular person accounts to “login.gov” and all employers should join their accounts previous to March 2.
For employers which are required to make use of the OSHA ITA, OSHA not too long ago transitioned its login process to make the most of one single account to entry all purposes: Login.gov. All present and new account holders should join their ITA account to a Login.gov account with the identical electronic mail deal with to entry the appliance for the 2023 assortment of Calendar Yr 2022 Type 300A knowledge. Earlier than continuing, entities are inspired to evaluate the steerage on tips on how to join your accounts. OSHA has a historical past of citing employers who fail to well timed add their Type 300A knowledge by March 2, so guarantee your account entry is updated earlier than that date.
OSHA offers the safe ITA web site that provides three choices for harm and sickness knowledge submissions. Customers could manually enter knowledge, add a CSV file so as to add a number of institutions on the identical time, or transmit knowledge electronically through the API (utility programming interface).
As we beforehand blogged, in late-2021, OSHA proposed restoring the Obama-era requirement for all lined employers to submit full OSHA Type 300s (Log of Work-Associated Accidents and Diseases) and OSHA Type 301s (Harm and Sickness Incident Report). Nevertheless, this proposed revision has not but change into efficient.
For extra data on this or any associated matters, please contact the authors, your Seyfarth legal professional, or any member of the Office Security and Well being (OSHA/MSHA) Group.