OSHA Form 300

The following article was written by John Loomos, Esq., in 2002, a retired labor lawyer.

Not much has changed with regard to filling out Form 300 as required under the General Duty clause since this article was written by my dad except that OSHA has made it much easier to report work-related musculoskeletal disorders and injuries through their web site.   Prior to 2017, a paper log of Injuries and Illness was required to be kept; now, the Log of Injuries and Illness or Form 300 can be filled out easily on line.

Written by John Loomos, Esq.

(formerly of the Airline Pilots Association)

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