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Details || Highlights - 14300.35 || California Standards -14300.35 || F.A.Qs - 14300.35
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14300.35 - Employee Involvement

Employers must provide copies of current or stored Cal/OSHA 300 or 300A Forms when requested by employees, former employees, personal representatives, or authorized representatives for an establishment the employee worked in:

  • by the end of the next business day.
  • without removing names except when "privacy concern" cases are involved.

Employers must provide a copy of the current or stored Cal/OSHA 301 Forms when requested by an employee, former employee, or personal representative if it describes an injury or illness to that employee:

  • by the end of the next business day.

Employer must provide copies of the Cal/OSHA Forms 301, Incident Reports (or equivalent), when requested by an authorized employee representative for an establishment where the agent represents employees under a collective bargaining agreement:

  • within 7 calendar days.
  • with certain personally identifying information deleted including:
  • employee name, address, date of birth, date of hire, and gender
  • physician name
  • location where treatment was provided
  • whether treatment occurred in an emergency room
  • whether employee was hospitalized overnight as an in-patient

Employer must provide the first set of copies for free, but may assess a reasonable charge for retrieving and copying records for any additional copies requested.

Nothing in section 14300.35 - Employee Involvement, prevents employees or their representatives from collectively bargaining for additional information related to occupational injuries and illness with the exception of the privacy concern cases/restrictions contained in this standard. 


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