b"Final Rule to Improve Tracking onenforcement and/or outreach activities, to address and OSHA 300 Log and 301 Incident Reportabate the hazards and improve worker safety and health. These same data will also allow OSHA to better analyze Formsinjury trends related to specific industries, processes or hazards. The collection and publication of data from Forms 300 and 301 will not only increase the amount of The New Requirementsinformation available for analysis but will also result in Certain establishments must electronically submitmore accurate statistics regarding work-related injuries to OSHA detailed information about eachand illnesses, including more detailed statistics on recordable injury and illness entered on theirinjuries and illnesses for specific occupations and previous calendar year's OSHA 300 Log and 301industries.Incident Report forms (29 CFR 1904.41). ThisBenefits to interested parties: Public access to includes the date, physical location, and severity ofestablishment-specific, case-specific injury and illness the injury or illness; details about the worker whodata will allow employers, employees, potential was injured; and details about how the injury oremployees, employee representatives, customers, illness occurred.potential customers, and the general public to make more Only establishments with 100 or more employeesinformed decisions about workplace safety and health at in designated industries are required to submit case- a given establishment. In addition, researchers will be specific information from the OSHA Form 300 Logbetter able to identify patterns of injuries, illnesses.and the OSHA Form 301 Incident Report.Establishments that had a peak employment of 100 or more employees during the previous calendar year meet this size criteria. The designated industries are listed in Appendix B to Subpart E of 29 C.F.R. Part 1904. One way to determine if your establishment(s) is required to report these data is by using our ITA Coverage Application. The requirements apply to establishments covered by Federal OSHA, as well as establishments covered by states with their own occupational safety and health programs (i.e., State Plans).The data must be electronically submitted through OSHA's Injury Tracking Application (ITA). There are 3 ways to submit the data: (1) webform on the ITA, (2) submission of a csv file to the ITA, or (3) use of an application programming interface (API) feed. The ITA will begin accepting 2023 injury and illness data on January 2, 2024. The due date to complete this submission is March 2, 2024. The submission requirement is annual, and the deadline for timely submission of the previous year's injury and illness data will be on March 2 of each year.Benefits of the New Requirements Benefits to OSHA: Access to establishment-specific, case-specific injury and illness data will help the agency identify establishments with specific hazards. This will enable the agency to interact directly with these establishments, through22"