# Standard Interpretations
1 - 1904 - Clarification on the use of a cold compression device is considered medical treatment.
2 - 1904 - Determining if the employees experienced an injury or illness due to an exposure.
3 - 1904 - Clarification on how the formula is used by OSHA to calculate incident rates
4 - 1904 - Inspection Guidance for Poultry Slaughtering and Poultry Processing Establishments
5 - 1904 - Determining whether an injury or illness is work-related and recordable
6 - 1904 - Determining who is the responsible party to record an injury or illness
7 - 1904 - Use of kinesiology tape is not considered medical treatment beyond first aid.
8 - 1904 - How to maintain logs for employees across multiple locations.
9 - 1904 - Inspection Guidance for Inpatient Healthcare Settings
10 - 1904 - Use of Kinesiology tape is considered medical treatment beyond first-aid.
11 - 1904 - Car Dealership Accident
12 - 1904 - Determining recordkeeping for work-relatedness of accident occurring during off-site event.
13 - 1904 - Clarification of several recordkeeping scenarios regarding days away from work, restricted work activity, and work-relatedness.
14 - 1904 - Whether to record two cases of employee injuries sustained in company parking lot during employees commute to work.
15 - 1904 - Clarification of 1910.95 and 1904 regarding physicians and audiologists roles in determining work-relatedness of worker hearing loss.
16 - 1904 - Whether to record injuries that occur to a contract employee when traveling from an offshore manned platform complex to other downfield fixed platforms.
17 - 1904 - Whether to record injuries that occur to employees who travel from an offshore manned platform complex or dock to other offshore platforms.
18 - 1904 - Determining if an injury is considered a new recordkeeping case based on a recurrence of previously recorded symptoms.
19 - 1904 - Clarification on recording days away from work for follow-up visits to doctor while on restricted-duty job and recovery time to stabilize preexisting condition.
20 - 1904 - Once medical treatment beyond first aid has occurred for injury or illness the case must be recorded.
21 - 1904 - Employer obligation to provide access to entire OSHA 300 Logs, including names of both union and non-union employees.
22 - 1904 - 29 CFR Part 1904 OSHA Recordkeeping Regulation applies only within the jurisdictional boundaries of the United States and certain locations listed in OSHAct Sec. 4(a).
23 - 1904 - Clarification of "assigned working hours" for determining recordability of injuries that occur during breaks in the normal work schedule.
24 - 1904 - Determination of the date of an injury or illness for OSHA recordkeeping purposes.
25 - 1904 - Use of glue to close a wound is medical treatment; prescription antibiotics/antiseptics for preventive treatment of a wound is medical treatment.
26 - 1904 - OSHA 300 Log requirements versus HIPAA privacy requirements.
27 - 1904 - Recording criteria for recordkeeping cases involving occupational hearing loss.
28 - 1904 - Evaluation of seven scenarios for work-relatedness and recordkeeping requirements.
29 - 1904 - Determining work-relatedness when the work event or exposure is only one of the discernable causes; not the sole or predominant cause.
30 - 1904 - Posting requirements for the OSHA 300 Log and OSHA 300-A Summary Form.
31 - 1904 - Employee and employee representative access rights to OSHA 300 Log and OSHA 300-A Summary forms.
32 - 1904 - Clarification of Recordkeeping's work-related exception.
33 - 1904 - Immunizations or inoculations (except tetanus) are recordable when given in response to a workplace injury or illness.
34 - 1904 - Participation by professional sports teams in the Bureau of Labor Statistics Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses; definition of independent contractor versus employee.
35 - 1904 - Recording criteria for cases involving workers from a temporary help service, employee leasing service, or personnel supply service.
36 - 1904 - Baseline audiogram revision due to persistent STS or improved thresholds; revision must be made for each ear separately.
37 - 1904 - Results of an MRI do not negate the recordability of a physician's recommendation.
38 - 1904 - Numerous injury and illness recordkeeping questions.
39 - 1904 - Employers should record all back cases as injuries.
40 - 1904 - Recordkeeping requirements for employees on interstate or international travel.
41 - 1904 - OSHA recordkeeping regulations are not subject to preemption under Section 4(b)(1) of the OSH Act.
42 - 1904 - Injury and illness recordkeeping: job rotation or transfer for musculoskeletal disorders.
43 - 1904 - Recordability of heavy metals in blood/urine.
44 - 1904 - Recordability of blood-PCB levels.
45 - 1904 - Injury/illness recordkeeping: access to records (fax);recording standard threshold shifts.
46 - 1904 - Restricted work, prescription for pain, and strains: interpretations.
47 - 1904 - Recordability of restriction of work; laceration recordability.
48 - 1904 - Definition of "work relationship" for occupational injuries and illness recordkeeping.
49 - 1904 - Recordability of Rossiter Workout treatment;heat or cold therapy recordability.
50 - 1904 - Injuries and illnesses occurring on the employer's premises are presumed to be work related.
51 - 1904 - Clarifications of medical treatment and new medical cases for recordkeeping.
52 - 1904 - Multiple applications of a cold compress may be recordable.
53 - 1904 - Preexisting conditions usually do not affect recordability.
54 - 1904 - Recordability of adverse reactions to prescribed medication.
55 - 1904 - Recordability when prescription written for non-prescription medication.
56 - 1904 - SIC's excluded from OSHA occupational injury and illness recordkeeping.
57 - 1904 - Removal of foreign bodies embedded in the eye is recordable.
58 - 1904 - Several injury and illness recordkeeping requirements.
59 - 1904 - Framework for a Comprehensive Health and Safety Program in Nursing Homes.
60 - 1904 - The OSHA injury and illness recording requirements pertaining to cases of Barotitis Media.
61 - 1904 - The proper recording of cases involving restricted work activity.
62 - 1904 - Conflicting medical opinions and determination of the recordability of a case.
63 - 1904 - A reevaluation of recording injuries and illnesses associated with voluntary flu shot programs on the OSHA Log and Summary of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses.
64 - 1904 - Guidance on the proper recording of needlestick injuries on the OSHA 200 Log.
65 - 1904 - The evaluation of chiropratic treatments as medical treatment for OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping purposes.
66 - 1904 - The proper recording of cases involving work related stress for OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping purposes.
67 - 1904 - Interpretations concerning several OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping issues.
68 - 1904 - The OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping requirements.
69 - 1904 - An interpretation regarding the proper recording of Cumulative Trauma Disorder (CTD) cases on the OSHA Log 200.
70 - 1904 - Recording of occupational injuries and illnesses occurring to inmate employees in Florida.
71 - 1904 - Requirements for injury cases which result in treatment with prescription medication.
72 - 1904 - Interpretations concerning several OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping issues.
73 - 1904 - Proposed revision to the OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping requirements contained in 1904.
74 - 1904 - Interpretation regarding the removal of a recorded case from your 1993 OSHA Log.
75 - 1904 - OSHA Injury and Illness Recordkeeping Interpretation.
76 - 1904 - Recordability of an injury which occurred to one of your employees.
77 - 1904 - Recording an occupational injury in the OSHA injury and illness records.
78 - 1904 - Recording of injuries and illnesses which occur to temporary workers.
79 - 1904 - Recordkeeping Requirements in Relation to the Boy Scouts of America.
80 - 1904 - Regulations pertaining to the application of butterfly bandages.
81 - 1904 - Interpretation regarding completion of the OSHA 101 Supplementary Record.
82 - 1904 - The Effect of the 1904 Rulemaking Effort on the De Minimis Citation Policy.
83 - 1904 - Definition and determination of work related injuries and illnesses.
84 - 1904 - Deletion of non-recordable and changed case entries from the OSHA 200 log.
85 - 1904 - OSHA Injury and Illness Recordkeeping Interpretations.
86 - 1904 - An interpretation concerning OSHA recordkeeping requirements as applied to sheltered workshops.
87 - 1904 - The coverage of the OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping requirements.
88 - 1904 - The proper recording of several cases.
89 - 1904 - The recordability of a particular illness case on the OSHA No.200.
90 - 1904 - The proper recording of several cases involving restricted work activity.
91 - 1904 - The Recordability of a particular injury case.
92 - 1904 - Recordkeeping issues raised in the Spokane County Health District.
93 - 1904 - Guidance for reporting work related fatalities and catastrophes which occur during over-the-road operations.
94 - 1904 - Several OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping issues.
95 - 1904 - Recording injuries and illnesses which occur at other employers' premises.
96 - 1904 - The location and maintenance of OSHA injury and illness records.
97 - 1904 - OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping requirements.
98 - 1904 - OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping requirements.
99 - 1904 - Recording injuries and illnesses associated with voluntary blood drives on the OSHA Log and Summary of Occupational Injudies and Illnesses.
100 - 1904 - The proper recording of illness cases on the OSHA Log and Summary of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses.
101 - 1904 - The classification of medical treatment for OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping purposes.
102 - 1904 - The proper recording of an injury case on the OSHA Log and Summary of Injuries and Illnesses.
103 - 1904 - Recording cases involving eye injuries on the OSHA Log.
104 - 1904 - Several OSHA injury and Illness recordkeeping issues.
105 - 1904 - The proper recording of injury and illness cases on the OSHA Log and Summary of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses.
106 - 1904 - The proper recording of a case of the OSHA Log and Summary Occupational Injuries and Illnesses.
107 - 1904 - The proper recording of a case for OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping purposes.
108 - 1904 - The proper recording procedure for cases involving occupational hearing loss.
109 - 1904 - OSHA Injury and Illness Recordkeeping Requirements.
110 - 1904 - The determination of medical treatment of OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping purposes.
111 - 1904 - The proper recording of hearing loss on the OSHA Form 200.
112 - 1904 - The proper recording of occupational sprains and strains.
113 - 1904 - The proper recording of cumulative trauma disorders for OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping purposes.
114 - 1904 - The proper recording of injuries occuring to employees participating in voluntary plant emergency response team training.
115 - 1904 - OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping criteria.
116 - 1904 - Recording protocol for work related cumulative trauma disorder cases.
117 - 1904 - Recording occupational asthma cases on the OSHA 200 Log.
118 - 1904 - Exemptions from the OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping requirements.
119 - 1904 - Exemptions from the OSHA Injury and Illness recordkeeping requirements.
120 - 1904 - Recording of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses.
121 - 1904 - Posting requirements for non-fixed construction sites.
122 - 1904 - Recording of an illness involving lost workdays.
123 - 1904 - Recording of a hearing injury.
124 - 1904 - Worker's Compensation Laws and the OSHA recordkeeping requirements.
125 - 1904 - Recording of cases involiving heat realted disorders.
126 - 1904 - Recording of needlestick injuries on the OSHA 200 log.
127 - 1904 - Clarification of "lost workday" for reporting purposes.
128 - 1904 - Completing the OSHA Supplementary Record of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses.
129 - 1904 - Employer exemptions to the recordkeeping requirements.
130 - 1904 - Ergonomic problems and recordkeeping issues.
131 - 1904 - Recording hearing loss on the OSHA 200 log.
132 - 1904 - Retest of audiogram for hearing loss.
133 - 1904 - Clarification of occupational illness for OSHA 200 log.
134 - 1904 - Parking facilities are not considered part of an employer's premises for OSHA recordkeeping purposes.
135 - 1904 - Recording TB related cases on the OSHA 200 Log.
136 - 1904 - Physician vs employee on the employee's ability to perform restricted work activity.
137 - 1904 - Restricted work definitions.
138 - 1904 - Clarification of several recordkeeping issues.
139 - 1904 - Proper recording of a bloodborne pathogens case.
140 - 1904 - Recording bloodborne related cases on the OSHA 200 Log.
141 - 1904 - Proper recording of second degree burns on the OSHA 200 Log.
142 - 1904 - Proper recording of restricted work activity on the OSHA 200 Log.
143 - 1904 - Federal posting requirements applicable to an employer with no more than 10 employees.
144 - 1904 - What is considered medical treatment.
145 - 1904 - Several OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping issues.
146 - 1904 - The concept of restricted work.
147 - 1904 - Proper recording procedure for illnesses contracted outside of the United States.
148 - 1904 - Counting lost workdays for temporary employees.
149 - 1904 - Several bloodborne pathogen issues.
150 - 1904 - Location and maintenance of OSHA injury and illness records.
151 - 1904 - Procedure for maintaining and retaining the OSHA Log.
152 - 1904 - Proper recording on the OSHA Log of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses.
153 - 1904 - Determination of the proper date of injury or illness for OSHA recordkeeping purposes.
154 - 1904 - Recordability of cases involving the use of a hand held massager.
155 - 1904 - Work relationship of an injury occurring on the company premises.
156 - 1904 - Effect termination of employment has on the count of lost workdays for recordkeeping purposes.
157 - 1904 - Recording restricted work activity on the OSHA 200 Log.
158 - 1904 - When orthopedic devices constitute medical treatment for recordkeeping purposes.
159 - 1904 - Location and maintenance of OSHA injury and illness records for employees working at off-site locations.
160 - 1904 - Classification of carpal tunnel syndrome cases.
161 - 1904 - Recording cases involving restricted work activity.
162 - 1904 - Recording disputed injury and illness cases.
163 - 1904 - Several OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping issues.
164 - 1904 - Several OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping issues.
165 - 1904 - Recording restricted work activity.
166 - 1904 - Recordability of bloodborne pathogenic exposure incidents.
167 - 1904 - Recording restricted work activity.
168 - 1904 - Proper recording of occupational exposures to bloodborne pathogens.
169 - 1904 - Proper recording of cumulative trauma disorders (CTDs) on the OSHA 200 log.
170 - 1904 - Proper recording of work related burns on the OSHA 200 log.
171 - 1904 - Recording an injury during snowmobiling as work related.
172 - 1904 - Recording of bloodborne pathogen injuries on the OSHA 200 log.
173 - 1904 - Recordkeeping issues: fractures, second degree burns, eye injuries, pre-existing conditions.
174 - 1904 - Proper recording of a hepatitis A exposure for OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping purposes.
175 - 1904 - Recording cases on the OSHA log that involve Bloodborne Pathogens.
176 - 1904 - Recording TB related cases on the OSHA 200 log.
177 - 1904 - Cumulative trauma disorder (recording) on the OSHA 200 log.
178 - 1904 - Criteria for recording on OSHA Form 200.
179 - 1904 - Recording use of expandable bandage and pinhead burns.
180 - 1904 - Determining lost working days.
181 - 1904 - Longterm restrictions; geographic scope; work related injuries.
182 - 1904 - Recordkeeping requirements as applied to sheltered workshops.
183 - 1904 - Occupational injury and illness data from worker's compensation carriers.
184 - 1904 - Contract employees and recordkeeping requirements.
185 - 1904 - Employers of less than 11 employees are usually exempt from OSHA 200 log.
186 - 1904 - How to record an illness for an employee who becomes ill at a location other than the normal location.
187 - 1904 - Lost work days and prearranged leave (i.e., pregnancy leave or surgery).
188 - 1904 - Injury and illness recordkeeping requirements.
189 - 1904 - Employee's right to access the information in injury and illness records.
190 - 1904 - Recordkeeping requirements on hearing loss, burns, and falls.
191 - 1904 - Work relationship questions.
192 - 1904 - Recording eye injury cases on the OSHA Log 200.
193 - 1904 - Recording occupational exposure to Hepatitis B and HIV.
194 - 1904 - Medical treatment vs First Aid; "to medical personnel" definition.
195 - 1904 - Proper recording of bloodborne pathogens case on the OSHA 200 log.
196 - 1904 - Medical questions on recordkeeping.
197 - 1904 - Recordkeeping requirements for separate sites and types of records to be maintained.
198 - 1904 - Stop of lost workday counts on the OSHA log involving the termination of an injured or ill employee.
199 - 1904 - CTD cases involving positive EMG results, etc.
200 - 1904 - Recording occupational exposure to Hepatitis B and HIV.
201 - 1904 - Clarification of termination of employment for OSHA 200 log.
202 - 1904 - Medical treatment recording on OSHA 200 log.
203 - 1904 - OSHA recordability for dislocated joints.
204 - 1904 - Questions (24) asking for clarification of recordkeeping.
205 - 1904 - Recording lost workdays on the OSHA 200 Log.
206 - 1904 - Recordkeeping for employees from a temporary employment agency.
207 - 1904 - Hearing Conservation Amendment to the OSHA 200 log.
208 - 1904 - Recording Hepatitis B and HIV occupational exposures.
209 - 1904 - Quality of hearing conservation programs & the Standard Threshold Shifts (STS) recording requirement.
210 - 1904 - Injury/illness at temporary duty location and recordkeeping requirement.
211 - 1904 - Pre-existing condition and/or specific event/exposure grey areas.
212 - 1904 - Why certain retailers are exempt from injury and illness recordkeeping.
213 - 1904 - Workers' compensation or insurance claims and recordkeeping requirements.
214 - 1904 - OSHA definition of work environment.
215 - 1904 - Definition of "establishment" for injury and illness recordkeeping.
216 - 1904 - Pencil entries and/or correction fluid on OSHA 200 Log are acceptable.
217 - 1904 - Recordkeeping requirements for injury cases treated with butterfly adhesive dressings.
218 - 1904 - Longshore and Harborworkers Act and OSHA recordkeeping requirements.
219 - 1904 - Responsibility for recordkeeping when employees provided by leasing company.
220 - 1904 - Injuries occurring to employees engaged in activities at a company picnic.
221 - 1904 - Recording of hearing loss on the OSHA 200 Log.
222 - 1904 - OSHA 200 Log for work relationship and illness.
223 - 1904 - Baseline to use when measuring occupational related hearing loss for OSHA recordkeeping purposes.
224 - 1904 - Audiometric test results recording on the OSHA 200 log.
225 - 1904 - OSHA 200 log and hearing loss.
226 - 1904 - Questions relating to occupational hearing loss.
227 - 1904 - Work-related hearing loss.
228 - 1904 - Level of work-related hearing loss that must be recorded on the OSHA 200 log.
229 - 1904 - Appropriate recordkeeping for CTD case resolution and symptom recurrence.
230 - 1904 - Recording Cumulative Trauma Disorders on the OSHA 200 Log.
231 - 1904 - Recording audiogram test results on OSHA 200 Log.
232 - 1904 - Recordkeeping requirements for injury cases which result in treatment with prescription medications.
233 - 1904 - OSHA 200 Log recording CTDs.
234 - 1904 - Interpretation on whether an injury constituted a restriction of work activity.
235 - 1904 - Recordkeeping requirements under the OSH Act of 1970 for employees of temporary help services.
236 - 1904 - Recordkeeping requirements under the OSH Act of 1970 for employees supplied by a temporary help service.
237 - 1904 - OSHA recordkeeping requirements for Consolidated Rail Corporation.
238 - 1904 - Recordkeeping requirements for medical removals made pursuant to the lead standard.
239 - 1904 - Recordkeeping and reporting requirements for illnesses and injuries occurring aboard fishing vessels.