When someone is killed or seriously injured in the workplace, the incident must be reported to the Occupational Health and Safety Administration. Most employers know this. And yet OSHA reporting requirements are sometimes ignored as other, more urgent matters take precedence. In the immediate aftermath of a workplace safety or health incident, rarely is anyone’s first thought, “we need to report this to OSHA.”
Easily record injuries and illnesses with built-in OSHA 300A, 300 and 301 forms.
When a recordable incident occurs, OSHA requires three forms to be filled out – OSHA 300, OSHA 300a, and OSHA 301. Each of these forms contains redundant information which can make it difficult to track and keep in sync.
With KPA EHS, fill out a single form per-incident and all three OSHA forms are automatically updated with the latest data. At the end of the year, the OSHA Case Manager will warn you if any fields are incomplete. Historical data is maintained automatically so you’ll have no issue keeping the data for OSHA’s requirement of 5 years.
KPA EHS has been a game-changer for our safety culture. It has improved our incident reporting and the ability to make training material more readily available. It’s an excellent safety management software. It has great functionality from admin to user roles.Chase C. – Projects & Facilities Manager, Oil & Energy Industry