Tired of Filling Out
OSHA 300 Log Forms?

OSHA 300 Reporting: Paper Processes VS. Safety Software

  • Fill out Internal Paper Incident Report
  • Enter the data of the incident reporting into central company data system
  • Fill out OSHA 301 paper form for each qualifying recordable incident
  • File and store each OSHA 301 form
  • Fill out OSHA 300 or 300A form for each OSHA 301 recordable incident
  • Collect all OSHA 301, 300A and 300 forms and send to OSHA
  • Use mobile/tablet/laptop to complete Internal Incident Reporting and save in eCompliance
  • Click to automatically generate OSHA 301 forms
  • Click to automatically generate the necessary OSHA 300A or OSHA 300 forms
  • Click the submit to OSHA button

The Benefits of Using eCompliance for Incident Reporting

1. Saving Time on Administrative Work

  • Use mobile device/tablet/laptop to perform engaging, customizable hazard assessments and incident investigations which can be instantly shared with head office after completion
  • No filing is required as all reports are automatically stored and saved in eCompliance
  • Less time spent on paperwork means more time can be spent on developing insights into safety performance and protecting your business and workforce

2. Immediate Access to Accurate Real-Time Facts

  • All incident reports completed in eCompliance are saved in real-time and can be viewed on your mobile, tablet or laptop anytime, anywhere
  • 360º view of leading and lagging indicators

3. Better Follow Through on Corrective Action

  • Ability to send corrective actions from your mobile device as you perform the investigation to ensure every identified hazard is corrected
  • Automated email reminders sent to corrective action assignee until it is closed so corrective actions don’t get forgotten
  • Dashboard of all corrective actions’ real-time status so you can track what’s completed and what’s outstanding

4. Continuously Reduce Risk

  • Dashboard of corrective action status creates site by site accountability and identifies areas that need improvement
  • By tracking closure of corrective actions, you can reduce the time for completion and risk your workers face
  • By increasing the accuracy and consistency of your data across your organization, you are able to make better safety decisions based on fact, not assumptions


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