OSHA Reporting

OSHA Reporting and Compliance

When it comes to Safety & Compliance, what keeps you up at night?

Could it be OSHA Reporting, incident management, loss prevention, training, audit, corrective actions and/or records keeping? Our comprehensive enterprise solution addresses all the above, and much more.

OSHA’s Final Rule on electronic reporting requires employers to submit OSHA 300As, 300s and 301s through the OSHA reporting portal.

EmidenceTM OSHA module makes it easy to determine which cases are Recordable and which cases are Reportable on a real time basis based on the initial report of the incident.

Offers a reporting tool that allows users to generate and print OSHA 301 forms, OSHA 300 logs and 300A summary reports with the click of a button . Export to Excel for further analysis or create PDFs or file data electronically.

OSHA Form 301 - Injury and illness Incedent Report·

Enhances Internal, State and Federal (OSHA) Processing:

  • Includes Robust and Customizable Online Training
  • Securely Saves Content Offline to Accommodate the Internet Access Needs of Field/Remote Employees
  • Keeps All Data (Regardless of Type) in a Single Secure Location
  • Encompasses:
    • Corrective and Preventive Actions (CAPA)
    • Auditing
    • Online Training
    • Capturing of Near Misses

Sharps log – The Sharps log allows employers to easily track all work-related needle stick injuries and cuts from sharp objects that are contaminat­ed with another person’s blood or other potentially infectious material, ensuring compliance and helping avoid fines.

Other Features:

Injury surveys – The system provides automated reporting options to assist customers that receive injury surveys from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Each year, the BLS sends surveys randomly to companies throughout the country and they are expected to respond within 30 days. The survey data can reveal workplace injury trends for specific industries, locations, days of the month, etc.

Disability Durations – OSHA uses the “days away, restricted, and job transfer” (DART) calculation to determine how safe or unsafe an industry is based on their injury data. In Emidence OSHA, customers are able to look at Recordable accidents to see how they are managing Disability durations.

Customized options and signature capabilities – The application provides options that allow customers to run reports by region, state or another group of locations that meets their specific needs. In addition, the system offers the ability to affix electronic signatures on the annual OSHA 300A injury and illness report summaries.

Superior record keeping and accuracy – With our integration with RISKMASTER claims management system, you have the ability to keep track of both claims (e.g., benefit payments) and incidents (e.g., workplace accidents), fully identify all OSHA Recordable incidents and claims, and more readily pinpoint and track those incidents that may become claims.

Emidence OSHA can drastically reduce your workload by automating much of the record keeping and reporting processes.