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Maryland Adopts OSHA’s Electronic Injury and Illness Reporting Requirement - MOSH Training and Education

On September 8, 2020, the State of Maryland formally adopted federal OSHA’s online electronic reporting requirement.

This rule adoption requires employers in certain industries to report their occupational injury and illness data from their OSHA Log 300A Summary Form(s) to OSHA’s online Injury Tracking Application or ITA website. It affects both private and public sector employers in the State of Maryland.

Please note not all employers are required to submit this information. There are two conditions whereby an employer must provide this data:

  1. If your establishment had 250 or more employees during the previous calendar year, and your establishment is in an industry required to keep OSHA injury and illness records on an ongoing or routine basis, you must provide these data online; or
  2. If your establishment had 20 or more employees but fewer than 250 during the previous calendar year, and you are in one of the identified high-hazard industries found in Appendix A to Subpart E, in 29 CFR 1904.41(a)(2) of the OSHA recordkeeping regulation, you must submit your OSHA log summary data. List of high-hazard industries.

Employers who meet the conditions for electronic reporting may begin to submit their calendar year 2021 occupational injury and illness summary data beginning on January 1, 2022 and will have until March 2, 2022.

Follow this link to enter the data - OSHA’s Injury Tracking Application.

OSHA’s electronic reporting requirement is completely independent of, and has no bearing on, the annual injury and illness survey reporting to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

For additional information, contact:
MOSH Consultation Services
Division of Labor and Industry
Maryland Occupational Safety and Health (MOSH)
10946 Golden West Drive, Suite 160
Hunt Valley, Maryland 21031
MOSH Outreach/Compliance Assistance