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14300.30 - Multiple Establishments

Recordkeeping Drillbits

Records for all establishments can be kept at headquarters or a central location if :

  • information about recordable injuries or illnesses is transmitted from the establishments within seven (7) calendar days of the incident, and
  • records are sent within specified times to the individual establishments when government representatives, employees, former employees or employee representatives request them, and
  • the address and telephone number of the central location or headquarters is available at each worksite, and
  • personnel are available, during normal business hours, where the records are kept to transmit information from the records

Note: See standard for exception for establishments in SIC Code 781.

For recordkeeping purposes employees: 

  • working at several different locations, or not working at any particular establishment, must be linked to a specific establishment
  • injuries or illnesses must be recorded on the linked establishments Cal/OSHA form 300

If employees become injured or ill while : 

  • visiting or working at an establishment of their employer other than where they normally work, record the information on the form 300 of the establishment where the incident occurred
  • working away from any establishment of their employer, record the information on the form 300 of the establishment where the employee normally works

 


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