Summary Statement

Checklist provided by the California State Compensation Insurance Fund to help contractors make sure that they are meeting all of Cal/OSHA’s requirements for keeping track of occupational injuries, safety and health training, and related records. Part of a collection. Click on the 'collection' button to access the other items.

HAZARD satisfactory Needs
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Are all occupational injury or illnesses, except minor injuries requiring only first aid, being recorded as required on the Cal/OSHA Form 300?        
Are employee medical records and records of employee exposure to toxic substances or harmful physical agents up-to-date?        
Have arrangements been made to maintain required records for the legal period of time for each specific type record? (Some records must be maintained for at least 40 years.)        
Are operating permits and records up-to-date for such items as elevators, air pressure tanks, and liquefied petroleum gas tanks, etc.?        
Are carcinogen permits and records filed with Cal/OSHA as required? (Contact the nearest Cal/OSHA office for the list of regulated carcinogens.)        
Are employee safety and health training records maintained?        
Is documentation of safety inspections and corrections maintained?        
Are safety committee meeting records maintained?        
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