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California Requires Auto Dealers to Keep Log 300 Similar to Federal Requirements, December 2017

LOG 300, 300A & 301 REQUIRED FOR AUTO DEALERS Background:  Cal/OSHA and Fed-OSHA now requires auto dealers and other employers to keep a record of occupational injuries and illnesses using OSHA Log 300 and post summary on employee notice board from February 1 to April 30, 2018.

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Injury Log Requirements & Accident Reporting to Fed-OSHA, September 2016

LOG 300, 300A & 301 REQUIRED FOR AUTO DEALERS Background: Cal/OSHA now requires auto dealers and other employers to keep a record of occupational injuries and illnesses using OSHA Log 300. We note that Fed-OSHA had issued these requirements to auto dealers in 2015.

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California Exemption to Log 300 & First Aid Kit, January 2016

CALIFORNIA LAW ON LOG 300 As of the start of 2016, the California Occupation Health & Safety Standards Board has not approved of the changes to the recordkeeping guidelines. This process can take up to six months, essentially pushing the compliance date to January 1, 2017. In summary, auto dealers in California are currently exempt […]

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Recordable Injury vs. Reportable Injury, March 2015

RECORDABLE:  Federal-OSHA requires auto dealers to keep a record of occupational injuries and illnesses using Log of Work-Related Injuries & Illnesses (OSHA Form 300).  We discussed this in great detail in our October 2014 Newsletter.  We note that first-aid is not recordable on OSHA Log 300.  The federal legal definition of first-aid is as follows:

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First Aid, CPR, and AED: Regulation and Good Practice, August 2014

Background: Dealers have recently been looking at providing Automatic External Defibrillators (AED) in their showrooms and debating whether to provide training to employees to render first-aid and CPR. In this newsletter, we discuss the regulatory requirements for first-aid kits, training for employees on first-aid & CPR, and AED.

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