We offer full maintenance of your OSHA 300 log reporting requirements
You can have complete confidence in your OSHA compliance.
Only a small percentage of businesses are exempt from OSHA’s reporting requirements. Aside from keeping on-site records, OSHA requires that certain employers, in specific industries and with 20+ employees, submit injury & illness data electronically.
Accurate recordkeeping can help drive better decision-making, improve your safety strategy, and help you avoid costly OSHA fines.
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Empower your team while keeping them safe
Keeping the workplace safe and accident-free is the number one priority for any business. Our full-scale training solutions are designed to meet all regulatory requirements and are customized to each client’s specific needs. Our safety staffing service ensures you have the on-site expertise necessary to create and maintain a culture of safety and injury prevention.
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Risk & Safety Solutions from Sheakley
- Take the guesswork out of deciding what injuries & illnesses are and are not recordable.
- Retain logs from the current year, along with t hose from the previous 5 years (if applicable)
- Enter all recordable injuries & illnesses on your Company’s OSHA log.
- Improve the accuracy of your data through our streamlined management system.
- Maintain OSHA 300 & 300A Forms (Client is responsible for 301)
- Provide expert consultation and offer our full suite of safety services to help avoid injuries.
- Electronically submit your annual reporting to OSHA, in accordance with requirements.
- Provide you with 24/7 access to your OSHA logs via our secure portal.
Sheakley OSHA Recording
If you can’t answer the below questions with a confident “yes”, Sheakley’s OSHA specialists are here to help!
- Are you correctly documenting all key information on your 300 log?
- Is your 300 log kept securely in an electronic format?
- Do you understand the difference between restricted duty and lost time?
- Do you know what constitutes a reportable injury or illness?
- Are you in an industry that is exempt from maintaining a 300 log?
- Do you know the annual deadline for posting your OSHA logs?
hear it from our circle
For nearly 25 years Sheakley has been a partner in assisting Gold Star Chili supporting our Safety, MCO & TPA program efforts.
VP Human Resources, Gold Star Chili
Ready to get started?
ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS:
- Notify Sheakley of all occupational injuries & illnesses immediately.
- Provide Sheakley with access to any workplace injury documentation.
- Post the annual summary of occupational injuries & illnesses (300A) that Sheakley will provide.
Gain 100% confidence that your OSHA records are correct, current, and complete. Get on track to compliance!
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