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OSHA FORM 300 vs. OSHA FORM 301
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05/28/2020 2:33 PM

    In reviewing PA90, it appears from the form help that it may be compliant with OSHA Form 300. However, our organization utilizes OSHA Form 301, which PA90 does not seem to satisfy all the requirements of. Is there some other PA screen (or screens) that can be used to gather all required elements of OSHA Form 301 for our regulatory reporting?

    Or, for anyone who utilizes OSHA301, do you have any information you can share on how you satisfy the associated reporting requirements? Presently, this is all still done on physical paper forms by the managers/supervisors reportig the incidents and then the data pn those forms is transposed by our HR compliance staff into a file that gets sent to our Plan Administrator.

    Needless to say, this current process is vulnerable to both missing data and human error, not to mention how laborious and time consuming it is. Unfortunately however, we have found that PA90 does not meet all the requirements necessary to satisfy OSHA301, so we are looking for other options to make this process more efficient, more accurate and less manual & time intensive.

    Any information would be appreciated. Thanks in advance for any that might be shared here.

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    06/01/2020 3:38 PM
    For anyone who was wondering, our HR team has not yet tested it out, but I found out from Infor that the output from PA290 should comply with OSHA Form 301 requirements.
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