Injury Tracking Application (ITA) Data:

Establishment and Case Detail Work-related Injury and Illness Data

OSHA collects work-related injury and illness data from establishments that meet specific industry and employment size specifications through the Injury Tracking Application (ITA). Certain establishments submitted summary data from the OSHA Form 300A since 2016. Beginning in 2024, some establishments were also required to submit certain case details from OSHA Forms 300 and 301. This page provides OSHA Form 300A Summary Data by establishment from submitted OSHA Form 300A information, as well as available 300 and 301 data that establishments submitted pursuant to OSHA regulations.

OSHA updated this webpage to include 2023 Summary Data. The 2023 300A data reflects data collection changes beginning in 2024. For example, OSHA added an establishment ID to link the Summary Data to new Case Detail Data. Currently, the Case Detail Data are limited to categorical variables reported from the Form 300 and 301, as well as some summary establishment information from the Form 300A. Narrative fields from the Form 300 and 301 submitted information will be added to the Case Detail Data after OSHA has removed certain personally identifiable information, such as names or Social Security numbers. OSHA also expects to provide occupation codes and injury and illness classification codes, based on the information in the Form 300 and 301 free-text fields.

Detailed information about the data collection process is available on the Injury Tracking Application webpage.

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Current ITA Data

Download current ITA Summary and Case Detail data:

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Historical Data

For work-related injuries and illnesses that occurred between 2016-2022, OSHA collected establishment summary data from the OSHA Form 300A: Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses. Download establishment summary data: