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RegSenseReporting Fatalities and Severe InjuriesInjury and Illness Recording CriteriaOSHA RecordkeepingBest ResultsFAQUSAEnglishFocus AreaInjury and Illness Recordkeeping
If an injured worker is formally admitted to the Emergency Room of a hospital, is this a reportable event?
No, the injured worker must be formally admitted to the in-patient service of the hospital to be a reportable event.
['Injury and Illness Recordkeeping']
['OSHA Recordkeeping', 'Injury and Illness Recording Criteria', 'Reporting Fatalities and Severe Injuries']
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