The summary, Form 300A, and not the Form 300, Log is the only required posting. It must include the total number of job-related injuries and illnesses that happened in the previous year and were detailed on Form 300.
If there were no recordable injuries or illnesses in the previous year, simply write in zeros on the “total” line. A company executive is required to sign off on all summaries.
Form 300A summary must be displayed in an area in the workplace where employee notices are usually posted. A copy of the summary must be made available to employees who work at various worksites. Examples are repair workers, outside sales people and employees who are not assigned to one specific worksite.
California employers are not required to follow the new federal OSHA decree to electronically submit reports does not apply to California employer, according to Cal/OSHA.