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July 14, 1999
Manager, Safety and Ecology
Knoll Pharmaceutical Company
30 North Jefferson Road
Whippany, NJ 07981
Dear Mr. Holt:
Thank you for your letter of April 1, 1999 requesting written confirmation of an interpretation you received verbally concerning which of two facilities of the same company should record an injury on its log. I will cite the Recordkeeping Guidelines for Occupational Injuries and Illnesses (Blue Book) whenever possible.
Question: If an employee was hurt while at another facility of the same company, which facility should record the injury on the OSHA 200 log?
Answer: In most instances, employees are injured in the establishment to which they normally report. In these situations, a recordable case would be entered in the records of that establishment. In some cases, employees may normally report to one location, but be injured at another one of the employers' establishments where they are temporarily working. In these situations, a recordable case would be entered on the records of the establishment in which they were injured or became ill (Guidelines P 20, Q&A 10). If your company includes more than one establishment, then separate logs for each establishment must be maintained, and each recordable case should be recorded on the log for the establishment in which the employee was injured or became ill.
I hope you find this information useful. If you have any further questions or comments, please contact the Division of Recordkeeping Requirements, at Area Code: (202)693-1702.
Cheryle A. Greenaugh
Director, Directorate of Information Technology
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