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OSHA Injuries and Illnesses for Employees for Core HR

The OSHA Injury & Illnesses section allows an administrator to track work-related injuries that may or may not be reportable to the Occupational Safety & Health Administration - OSHA.

The system also creates the Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses (Form 300) which is used to classify work-related injuries and illnesses and to note the extent and severity of each case. When an incident occurs, use the Log to record specific details about what happened and how it happened.

For additional information regarding the OSHA Log Form 300 please click here.

For additional information regarding the OSHA Form 300 report, please refer to the following article.

Navigating to Employee Assets
  • From the menu, expand Employee, expand Employee and click Assets.


  • If already viewing an employee profile, you can hover over "Employee" to show the available pages. Click Assets.



  • Injury/Illness Date - Clicking the date will allow you to edit/update the injury/illness report.
  • Log Case Number
  • Injury/Illness Description

From the Actions drop-down menu, you can:


Start a New Incident Report

  • To create an emergency contact, click the Actions drop-down menu and click Start a New Incident Report.


  • Fill in all relevant fields to the illness/incident on the "Injury and Illness Incident Report" tab. The only required field presently is the "Date of injury or illness" and is marked in Red. The screenshot below is only a small portion of the incident report that you will see.
    • The "Post Injury Information" tab is not available until the incident form is saved.
    • If you would like to see the available fields, you can refer to the following section.


  • Click Save Incident Form when finished.
  • After saving the incident form, you will be able to access the "Post Injury Information" tab.

Printing an Incident Report

Click the PDF adobepdf.gif or Excel Excel.gif icon to save a digital copy of your report for record keeping or to print.


An example of the PDF has been provided below:


Deleting an Incident Report

  • To delete an incident report, check the box to the far right of the incident.


  • From the Actions drop-down menu, click  Delete Selected Incidents.


  • Confirm the deletion of the incident(s).

Updating an Incident/Illness Report

  • Click the date of the incident.


  • Update the information in the "Injury and Illness Incident Report" or "Post Injury Information" Tab
    • If you would like to see the available fields, you can refer to the following section.


  • Click Save Incident Form and/or Save Post Injury/Illness Data when finished.

Available Fields

Available Fields from Injury and Illness Incident Report Tab
  • Name
  • Title
  • Phone
  • Date
  • This is an OSHA reportable incident checkbox
  • Name of the physician or other health care professional
  • Insurance Company
  • If treatment was given away from the worksite, where was it given?
  • Facility
  • Street
  • City
  • State
  • Zip
  • Doctor or facility phone number
  • Was the employee treated in an emergency room?
  • Was the employee hospitalized overnight as an in-patient?
  • Status
  • Case number from the Log
  • Workers Comp Claim Number
  • Date of the claim
  • Claim closed
  • Location - The location(s) in the drop-down menu are determined by the locations set up on the OSHA Form 300 page. For more information, you can refer to the following article.
  • Date of injury or illness - This field is required.
  • Time employee began work
  • Time of event
    • Check here if the time cannot be determined checkbox
  • Supervisor
  • Witness
  • What was the employee doing just before the incident occurred?
  • What happened?
  • What was the injury or illness? (Injury/Illness Description)
  • What object or substance directly harmed the employee?
  • If the employee died, when did the death occur?
  • Adjuster Name
  • Adjust Phone
  • Claim History
Available Fields from Post Injury Information Tab
  • Describe the injury
  • Where did the injury occur
  • Classify the case - Required field
    • Death
    • Days away from work
    • Job Transfer or Restriction
    • Other Recordable Cases
  • Away from Work for X Days
  • Hours away from Work for X Hours
  • On job transfer or restriction for X Days
  • Select injury, or choose one type of illness - Required field
    • Injury
    • Skin Disorder
    • Respiratory Condition
    • Poisoning
    • Hearing Loss
    • All other illnesses
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