OSHA Recordability Test Help
The "OSHA Recordability Test" assists you in the process of determining whether an incident qualifies as a recordable case. If an incident is designated as "recordable" the record will be posted on the OSHA Log.
Simply answer the questions to determine recordability. The OSHA Recordability Test does not force your designation as "Recordable" or not. It suggests what to do, but the decision is yours. You can always change your decision at a later time.
The answers you give during the test are not recorded.
- The OSHA Recordability Test
- Taking the test
The OSHA Recordability Test
The questions come from the official OSHA Recordkeeping Guidelines. Based on your responses, you will see a message stating whether OSHA would designate it as a privacy case or not.
If you already decided the incident is Recordable , check the "OSHA Recordable" box and an entry will be made on the OSHA 300 Log.
Taking the test
- Open the incident record
- Open the "OSHA Recordability" category by pressing the "+" button
- If you already know it is Recordable, check that box
- To take the test check "Use OSHA Recordability Test"
- Answer questions
- Some questions have a "Help Me Decide" button with more details
- Next - after each question
- Yes or No
- You are returned to the incident record