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Understanding the new injury and illness recordkeeping rule

Injury and illness recordkeeping has a new rule

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has recently updated its electronic recordkeeping requirements for injuries and illnesses. The new recordkeeping rule applies to OSHA Forms 300 and 301.


We’ve created an information-packed guide to help you understand the changes and how they affect your establishment. BLR’s in-house experts have done the research and compiled it in an easy-to-understand format so you can take your organization’s safety compliance to the next level.

This guide contains:

  • An overview of the new rule and the changes taking place
  • Explanation of what’s not changing with the new rule
  • Important dates to keep track of
  • Checklist to to help ensure you’re meeting compliance requirements
  • Breakdown of the types of OSHA Forms and their uses

Get ahead and prepare for the changes by downloading our 2024 changes to OSHA’s injury and illness recordkeeping requirements guide.