At the end of each year, companies need to gather up their OSHA 300 Logs and compile the annual summary, OSHA 300-A. Once the 300-A is ready, a senior management official must officially certify it. Certification entails certain liability risks that need to be explained to get management officials to take the process seriously.
HOW TO USE THE TOOL
You can hand the Briefing below to your CEO or other management official(s) who certifies the OSHA 300-A at year’s end to explain their obligations and how to carry them out.