If you haven’t filed your 300A (Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses) form with federal OSHA for the 2018 calendar year, the deadline is fast approaching. Employers must file these forms electronically; you can use the Federal OSHA Injury Tracking Application to submit your Form 300A.

The March 2 deadline was part of an emergency regulation that became law last November in California. That regulation, and the pending deadline, apply to:

  • All California employers with 250 employees or more at any point during the calendar year, or
  • California employers with 20 or more employees in more than 50 specific industries identified in Appendix H of the regulation.

The March 2 deadline is OSHA’s annual filing date and applies not only to the 2018 calendar year, but also future years. That means, your 300A for 2019 is due March 2, 2020.