The OSHA Form 300 log of work-related injuries and illnesses should include each injured employee's name and job title, the location of the event, a description of the injury or illness, whether a death was involved and how many days the employee spent away from work, according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The form should also include the name and address of the organization.
All work-related injuries and illnesses that cause a loss of consciousness, restrict work activity, result in days away from work or require medical treatment beyond first aid must be reported on Form 300, instructs OSHA. For each individual incident, Form 301 should also be completed. A third form, Form 300A, is a summary of all work-related incidents and must be completed and posted prominently in the workplace by all eligible organizations, even if no injuries were recorded in that year.
The organizations that must fill out Forms 300, 300A and 301 are defined in the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970. These include all employers in the United States and its territories with more than 10 employees, advises the U.S. Department of Labor, with the exception of some organizations in low-risk industries. Federal and state employees are covered under another provision of the OSH Act and have separate reporting requirements.