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426 Hayward Ave N, Oakdale, MN 55128


Professional Recordkeeping OSHA Services

OSHA Certified & Trained

How We Can Help

No guesswork! We will take the headache out of worrying about OSHA recordkeeping.

What We Do For You

No guess work; we will take the headache out of worrying about OSHA recordkeeping. As a division of Workers Compensation Modifier Controllers, PROS specializes in maintaining the OSHA forms 300, 300A and 301. Free up your internal staffs’ time to do what they do best and allow us to take care of OSHA recording for you. We will differentiate between injury vs. illness, counting lost days vs. restricted days, and much more. Not only do we provide weekly updates but your required OSHA Summary 300A form as well. An OSHA log can be a great tool for effective safety committee management and can help employers lower the potential costs associated with OSHA recordables. PROS will help you to utilize these required forms.

Did You Know?

  • All employers with 11 or more employees are required to keep OSHA record keeping logs. In federally OSHA run states, some industry exemptions apply.
  • Upon request by OSHA, and employer has 4 hours to produce their OSHA logs.
  • A recordable must be on the individual log within 7 days of the employer’s first notice.
  • Each individual establishment within your company must have a separate OSHA log and each establishment must post its own 300A form from February 1st to April 30th even if there were no injuries the previous year.
  • OSHA logs must be maintained and updated for 5 years.
  • Penalties for nonserious violations generally range from $0 to $1,000, although the law allows for up to $7,000 to be assessed.
  • Work comp compensable does not always mean recordable and an OSHA recordable is not always a compensable work comp claim.
  • There is a difference between a work related injury and a work related illness Some are required to be reported to OSHA within a certain window of time in addition to the log.
  • Contaminated needle stick and other contaminated sharps incidents are recordable and are considered a “privacy case” even if medical treatment was not required.
  • There is more to counting days than 1,2,3…For example, a day may be considered a lost work day even if the employee was not scheduled to work.
  • The Federal OSHA deadline for online reporting is March 2nd.

Get In Touch

If you are interested or would like more information, feel free to use the mail form to send us your questions.