Occupational Safety and Health Act.

 
Friday, October 24, 2008
 
Occupational Safety and Health Act. OSHA requires the maintenance of the following records pertaining to employee health and injury issues:
A. Log and summary of occupational injuries and illnesses which details information concerning illnesses and injuries. OSHA Form 200 is the form most commonly used for the log, although an accurate substitute will suffice.

B. Supplemental records which contain additional information concerning illnesses and injuries must be maintained through OSHA Form 101 or an acceptable equivalent.

C. Records of medical examinations required by law are required to be maintained for at least 30 years after employee terminates as a general rule.

D. Medical records which substantiate exposure to any toxic substances are required to be maintained for 30 years after employee terminates as a general rule.
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