Dealerships required to electronically file 2022 employee workplace injury and illness records with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration must do so by March 2, 2023.
Dealerships required to post and electronically file Form 300A (or state equivalent) include:
- Commercial truck dealerships with 20 to 249 employees working at a single “establishment” (defined as “a single location where business is conducted or where services or industrial operations are performed”), and
- Light-duty and commercial truck dealerships with 250 or more employees at a single establishment.
Electronic filing must be done using OSHA’s Injury Tracking Application. A North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) number is required for filing: commercial-truck dealerships are NAICS 42311; light-duty dealerships are NAICS 44111.
Light-duty dealerships with fewer than 250 employees at a single establishment must annually record workplace injuries and illnesses but are not required to file electronically with OSHA.
All dealerships must report worker fatalities within eight hours, and worker amputations, eye losses or hospitalizations within 24 hours. For more information on OSHA’s injury and illness recordkeeping and reporting mandates, see OSHA’s website.