29 CFR Part 1904 - Recordkeeping Standards

To assist the employer in identifying which Recordkeeping Standards apply to them, questions regarding the subparts and subsequent standards are provided to help the employer identify which are applicable to them. In addition, basic content of each subpart will be explained, and in some cases, definitions will be provided to assist the employer in understanding which subparts and standards apply to their workplace. To start this process, please click on each subpart below (printable version). 

Please note: Subpart A covers the purpose of the rule which "is to require employers to record and report work-related fatalities, injuries, and illnesses", subpart F provides requirements related to the transition from the OSHA 200 logs to the OSHA 300 logs, and subpart G provides definitions related to establishments, a physician and other licensed health care professional, and an injury or illness.