A Policy number and a Federal Employers Identification Number (FEIN) or
owner's Social Security Number (SSN) are required.
Pinnacol Assurance provides this feature as an optional service to its
policyholders who are required by OSHA to create and maintain injury and
illness records. These records include OSHA forms 301, 300, and 300A. OSHA
injury reports are separate and distinct from injury reports required by the
Colorado Workers' Compensation Act.
While Pinnacol Assurance makes reasonable efforts to ensure the accuracy and currency of the information contained in this Web site, we can make no guarantee or assume any responsibility for OSHA recordkeeping generated via this Web site.
In cases where there is any discrepancy between the information contained in this Web site and OSHA regulations, the OSHA regulations shall govern.
Pinnacol does not share or report any information maintained in the OSHA Report Manager with any outside parties, organizations, or regulatory agencies.
If your company had 10 or fewer employees at all times during the last
calendar year, you do not need to keep OSHA injury and illness records unless
OSHA or the BLS informs you in writing.
If your company had more than ten 10 employees at any time during the last calendar year, you must keep OSHA injury and illness records unless your establishment is classified as a partially exempt industry .
Employers are not required to keep OSHA injury and illness records for any establishment classified in the following Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) codes, unless they are asked in writing to do so by OSHA or the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The following information answers the most common questions in determining
which injuries and illnesses to include on your company's OSHA reports. For
complete recordkeeping criteria, please click
to visit OSHA's Online Recordkeeping Advisor or refer
to 29 CFR 1904 - Recording and Reporting Occupational Injuries and
How do I decide if a case meets one or more of the general recording criteria?
- - Death
- - Days away from work
- - Restricted work or transfer to another job
- - Medical treatment beyond first aid
- - Loss of consciousness
- - A significant injury or illness diagnosed by a physician or other licensed health care professional
A work-related injury or illness must be recorded if it results in one or more of the following:
No. You can access the OSHA Report Manager any time by visiting www.pinnacol.com and clicking on Manage OSHA Reports under the Quick Links section. Your policy number and federal ID number will be required to log in. From here, any claim previously filed online can be imported, edited, or removed from the OSHA Report manager.
For additional questions or assistance, please contact a Pinnacol safety consultant using our Safety On Call line at 303.361.4700 or 1.888.501.4752.