Workplace Injuries and Illnesses:
To Record or Not to Record?

A worker is injured on the job every 7 seconds. 1

At that rate, employers in the US make millions of decisions per year about which injuries or illnesses must be recorded as "work-related" to comply with OSHA health and safety standards. To make the correct call every time, employers must understand the requirements for injury and illness recordkeeping found in 29 CFR Part 1904. 

This guide will help you to determine which injuries and illnesses you must record, and which are non-recordable. 

In this free guide: 

  • Who must record injuries and illnesses?
  • Which injuries must be recorded?
  • How does OSHA define "work-related"?
  • The 9 exceptions employers should know

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1 National Safety Council, Workplace Injuries by the Numbers 

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