Recordkeeping and Reporting of Worker Injuries (OSHA 300 Log)

    New electronic reporting requirements are coming to Washington State

    Washington State is currently updating rules to mirror OSHA's electronic injury and illness reporting requirements. These changes will affect employers with establishments of certain sizes and in certain industry sectors and require routine submission of their completed OSHA Form 300A summary ( directly to OSHA using the Injury Tracking Application (ITA) ( found on OSHA's website.

    For affected employers, 2019 summaries are due March 2, 2020. The OSHA 300 Forms remain unchanged.

    If you would like to stay informed of Washington State's rulemaking activities for this rule, subscribe to "Safety & Health, WISHA Safety Standards (rules)" email updates ( and visit the "Rules Under Development" web page. To learn more about the OSHA requirements, visit OSHA's rule information page (

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