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    Title: Subpart C – Recordkeeping Forms and Recording Criteria
    Type: Text Slide

    • 1904.4 Recording criteria
    • 1904.5 Work-relatedness
    • 1904.6 New case
    • 1904.7 General recording criteria
    • 1904.8 Needlesticks and sharps
    • 1904.9 Medical removal
    • 1904.10 Hearing loss
    • 1904.11 Tuberculosis
    • 1904.29 Forms
    Speaker Notes:

    For the injury and illness statistics, Subpart C is the most important section of the rule, because it defines which cases should be recorded on the OSHA 300 Log and which should not be recorded.

    The sections of the rule follow the process for deciding if a case is recordable: determining if the employee experienced an injury or illness; if the injury or illness is work-related; if it is a new case; and, whether it meets the general recording criteria or the special criteria for a specific injury/illness type.