Silence is Golden – The Workplace Injuries Construction Employers Do, and Do Not, Need to Record on OSHA Forms
The old adage “Sometimes less is more” may provide sound advice when it comes to completing Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations paperwork. Employers must keep track of workplace injuries and illnesses using a series of OHSA-supplied forms: the 300 Log to record each incident throughout the year, the 301 Report for each particular incident, and the 300A Summary of yearly statistics.
Most construction companies are aware that they need to pursue a payment claim by a certain deadline. But the reality is more complex, as there are many different deadlines that apply, depending on the circumstances. Each instance requires careful consideration of various different statutes, types of claims, and contract clauses.