Q: What records must I keep for OSHA?  

There are five important OSHA record keeping steps. 1. Obtain a report on every injury requiring medical treatment (other than first aid). 2. Record each injury on the OSHA Form No. 200. 3. Prepare a supplementary record of occupational injuries and illnesses for recordable cases either on OSHA Form No. 101 or on workers' compensation reports giving the same information. 4. Every year prepare the annual summary (OSHA Form No. 200) and post it no later than February 1, and keep it posted until March 1. 5. Retain these records for at least 5 years. (Source: OSHA Website)

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