Determining what constitutes an OSHA recordable injury can often be a science in itself. Luckily, the good folks at JJ Keller have put together a list of medical treatments (recordable) vs. first aid (non-recordable) for your reference. Care categories include:
- Visits to health care professionals
- Cuts, lacerations, punctures, abrasions
- Strains, sprains, dislocations
- Burns, skin rashes, blisters
- Bruises, contusions
- Physical therapy (PT)
- Loss of consciousness
Click below for a .pdf copy of the summary document.
OSHA Medical Treatment vs. First Aid (52.3 KiB, 229 hits)
Want to know what is considered first aid in the eyes of OSHA 29 CFR 1904.7.b.5.ii? Download OSHA’s first aid list below.
OSHA First Aid (5.9 KiB, 109 hits)
Source: JJ Keller