It's time to post your OSHA 300 Summary for 2014!

February 1, 2015, marks the beginning of this year's three-month period during which employers must have their company's injuries from 2014 posted using the OSHA Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses (Form 300A).

Employers must post the Summary (300A) in a visible location so that all employees can be made aware of the injuries and illnesses that occurred in their workplace.

If you have more than one location, you must post the Summary at each physical location. For more information, please visit

Your business may be exempt
There are partially exempt industries that may not be required to keep OSHA injury and illness records. To find out if your business is exempt, please visit