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Employers Required to Post 2009 OSHA 300A Injury Summary by Feb. 1

For 2010, they must also log all incidents of work-related injury and illness within seven days (form 300) and provide detailed injury and illness reports for each entry (form 301).

| January 6, 2010

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Employers are required to post the 2009 OSHA 300A injury summary by Feb. 1. For 2010, they must also log all incidents of work-related injury and illness within seven days (form 300) and provide detailed injury and illness reports for each entry (form 301).

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