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Index of California Standard Section 14300


Section 14300. Purpose.

Section 14300.1. Partial Exemption for Employers with 10 or Fewer Employees.

Section 14300.2. Partial Exemption for Establishments in Certain industries.

Section 14300.3. Keeping Records for More than One Agency.

Section 14300.4. Recording Criteria.

Section 14300.5. Determination of Work-Relatedness.

Section 14300.6. Determination of New Cases.

Section 14300.7. General Recording Criteria.

Section 14300.8. Recording Criteria for Needlestick and Sharps Injuries.

Section 14300.9. Recording Criteria for Cases Involving Medical Removal under Cal/OSHA Standards.

Section 14300.10. Recording Criteria for Occupational Hearing Loss.

Section 14300.11. Recording Criteria for Work-Related Tuberculosis Cases.

Section 14300.12. Recording Criteria for Cases Involving Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders.

Section 14300.13 - 14300.28 [Reserved]

Section 14300.29. Forms.

Section 14300.30. Multiple Business Establishments.

Section 14300.31. Covered Employees.

Section 14300.32. Annual Summary.

Section 14300.33. Retention and Updating.

Section 14300.34. Change in Establishments Ownership.

Section 14300.35. Employee Involvement.

Section 14300.36. Prohibition Against Discrimination.

Section 14300.38. Variances from the Recordkeeping Rule.

Section 14300.40. Providing Records to Government Representatives.

Section 14300.41. Annual OSHA Injury and Illness Survey.

Section 14300.42. Requests from the Bureau of Labor Statistics for Data.

Section 14300.43. Summary and Posting of the 2001 Data.

Section 14300.44. Retention and Updating of Old Forms.

Section 14300.46. Definitions.

Section 14300.47. Recordkeeping Requirements for Employers Covered by the Federal Mine Safety and Health Act.

Section 14300.48. Effective Date.