What records must employers post at the workplace?
Employers must display at each establishment, wherever they normally post notices to employees, the following:
A copy of the totals from the previous year’s summary of occupational injuries and illnesses, on the OSHA 300-A summary form or equivalent.
The Job Safety and Health Protection workplace poster, OSHA 3165 (or 2203) or state equivalent, informing employees of their rights and responsibilities under the OSH Act. OSHA 3165 and 2203 are in English. If there are Spanish-speaking employees, the Spanish version, OSHA 3167, is recommended (but not required) to be posted in addition to the required English posting.
Summaries of petitions for variances from standards or recordkeeping procedures.
Copies of all OSHA citations for violations of standards. These must remain posted at or near the location of alleged violations for 3 days, or until the violations are corrected, whichever is longer.
['Enforcement and Audits - OSHA', 'Injury and Illness Recordkeeping']
['OSHA Recordkeeping', 'Injury and Illness Recordkeeping', 'Enforcement and Audits - OSHA']
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