Light-duty truck dealerships required to electronically file 2016 employee workplace injury and illness records with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OHSA) now have until Dec. 15, 2017. Those required to electronically file Form 300A or the equivalent include light-duty vehicles and commercial truck dealerships with 250 or more employees at a single location.
Dealerships required to electronically file a 2016 Form 300A should use OSHA’s Injury Tracking Application. NADA/ATD recommends waiting to file until close to Dec. 15, as the deadline could be extended again.
Light-duty dealerships with fewer than 250 employees at a single establishment must record workplace injuries and illnesses, but are not required to electronically submit Form 300A to OSHA. Maryland dealerships do not need to file using the Injury Tracking Appication because Maryland has yet to adopt the Form 300A electronic reporting mandate.
For more information on OSHA’s injury and illness recordkeeping and reporting mdnates, visit NADA’s injury and illness recordkeeping page or email NADA Regulatory Affairs at email@example.com.Download Bulletin PDF