# Directives
1 - National - 00-07 (CPL 2) [00-07 (CPL 2)] - Audit and Verification Program of 1999 Occupational Injury and Illness Records
2 - National - STD 03-01-001 [STD 3-1.1] - Clarification of Citation Policy
# Regulations
1 - 1904.2 - Partial exemption for establishments in certain industries.
# Standard Interpretations
1 - 1904.2 - Recording injuries/illness of pool nurses (temporary employees);needlestick recordkeeping.
2 - 1904.2 - Work-related injuries and illnesses that occur in home-based worksites are recordable.
3 - 1904.2 - Recordkeeping: clarifications of second visits for recordability.
4 - 1904.2 - Recordkeeping: count of lost workdays when worker not scheduled to work or is terminated.
5 - 1904.2 - Recordkeeping: lost workdays that occur prior to diagnosis must be recorded.
6 - 1904.2 - Recordkeeping: several clarifications of first aid vs. medical treatment.
7 - 1904.2 - Recordkeeping: accommodation camps are ordinarily considered a "home away from home."
8 - 1904.2 - Injuries that occur during business travel are recordable.
9 - 1904.2 - Employer who directs work activities is responsible for injury and illness recordkeeping.
10 - 1904.2 - Recordable hours and injuries for truck drivers should reflect work-related exposures.
11 - 1904.2 - Restricted work activity concept hinges on employee's ability to work.
12 - 1904.2 - OSHA does not prohibit reducing bonuses based on accidents.
13 - 1904.2 - Baseline audiogram requirements for re-hire of past employee.
14 - 1904.2 - Injuries resulting from epileptic seizures at work are recordable.
15 - 1904.2 - Recordability of injuries during employee exercise;restricted workday clarification.
16 - 1904.2 - Injury and illness recordability: lung cancer death; carbon monoxide poisoning; hearing loss.
17 - 1904.2 - Injuries/illnesses from voluntary physical exams at work may be recordable.
18 - 1904.2 - OSHA injury/illness recordabity must not impact medical treatment provided.
19 - 1904.2 - Recordkeeping: foreign workers working in U.S.; U.S. workers working abroad.
20 - 1904.2 - Recordability of injury/illness resulting solely from a physical defect.
21 - 1904.2 - Clarification of when injuries and illnesses are work-related and recordable.
22 - 1904.2 - Administering a post-exposure hepatitis B vaccine booster is considered medical treatment.
23 - 1904.2 - Separate establishments require separate OSHA logs; No recent recordkeeping revisions.
24 - 1904.2 - Topical skin adhesive used to close wounds is considered medical treatment.
25 - 1904.2 - Recording injuries that occur at secondary facility of the same company.
26 - 1904.2 - Fault plays no role in the OSHA recordkeeping system.
27 - 1904.2 - Recording and Reporting Deaths, Injuries and Illnesses Resulting from Acts of Workplace Violence.
28 - 1904.2 - OSHA 200 Form Location
29 - 1904.2 - Recording of occupational hearing loss on OSHA Form 200