Jay Finegan, CHMM
Compliance Services Leader
OSHA's Electronic Reporting deadline of March 2 is rapidly approaching. To save our clients time and effort, Dakota’s Incident Management platform can export a CSV file that can be uploaded to OSHA's online Injury Tracking Application (ITA). Whether for a single facility (establishment) or for all of the facilities in the organization, it takes mere seconds to complete this crucial regulatory requirement. While more than half of OSHA’s unplanned inspections originate in an employee complaint, the failure to submit this data provides OSHA with its own independent justification.
General instructions for running reports can be found in the Scout Help menu, but here are a few things to know in order to correctly generate this report.
Once you have implemented these simple steps, you're ready to export the OSHA electronic submission file. If you have any questions or need assistance please reach out to us at email@example.com.
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