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| Standard Number:||1904.2(a)|
April 14, 1998
Moore Response Marketing Services
2660 South Broadway
P.O. Box 19050
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54307-9050
Dear Mr. Stevens:
Thank you for your letter of January 29 to John Miles asking for a clarification of OSHA's injury and illness recording and reporting regulations (Part 1904 of Title 29 of the Code of Federal Regulations) for a shared warehouse. Your letter was forwarded to OSHA's Office of Statistics, which is responsible for interpreting the 1904 regulations.
Your question involves a warehouse facility being used by two separate manufacturing establishments. The warehouse is staffed by employees from the two manufacturing facilities who work at the warehouse on a intermittent basis depending on the workload. At any given time there may be zero to four employees working at the facility, but there are no employees assigned permanently to the warehouse location.
The recordkeeping regulations, at 1904.2(a) require a separate OSHA 200 Log for each establishment. The warehouse you have described is a separate establishment from each of your manufacturing facilities. Therefore, you should maintain a separate OSHA Log for the warehouse facility. This question is addressed by Question A-2 on page 19 of the Recordkeeping Guidelines for Occupational Injuries and Illnesses (enclosed).
Should you have any additional concerns in this matter, please contact the Division of Recordkeeping Requirements at (202) 219-6463. Thank you for your interest in occupational safety and health.
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