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OSHA Reporting

Workplace Injury and Illness Record Keeping and Reporting

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OSHA Reporting

29 CFR 1904 OSHA Injury and Illness Record Keeping

Meet Federal OSHA requirements for injury accident reporting. Track and capture workplace injury and illness incidents. Review, approve, reject, revise, and escalate incidents to OSHA 301 incident reports. Produce OSHA 300 logs and 300a summaries on-demand. Configure a variety of automated notifications and scheduled reports. Demonstrate compliance with 29 CFR 1904 OSHA Regulations.

  • Maintain OSHA Compliance

    • 29 CFR 1904 OSHA Compliant
    • OSHA 301, 300, and 301a Forms
    • Ensure accuracy and completeness
    • Grant users varying access levels
  • Structure and Control

    • Enforce State and Federal Guidelines
    • Review, Reject, and Approve Reports
    • Configurable Notifications and Alerts
    • Complete Audit Trail of All Activity
  • Analytics and Reporting

    • Create Charts and Graphs
    • Schedule and Customize Reports
    • Analyze Data for Trends
    • Measure and Demonstrate Effectiveness

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