PERRP recordkeeping logs, summary, and online reporting are due soon if you are required to do so. Recordkeeping may seem like a daunting task, but it can be simplified by breaking it down into the following steps:
- All public employers must maintain a PERRP log for each establishment.
- Download the Recordkeeping forms and instructions and log all injuries for the calendar year that fall under the criteria of ‘recordable’. Not all injury claims will be recordable.
- Submit your summary information annually unless your organization is exempt.
Now, let’s take a look at each step in a little more detail.
Public employers have no exemptions for keeping and maintaining the PERRP Log. All public employers are required to keep the Log.
*Remember as a public employer you must report to PERRP, as applicable, any workplace incident that results in a fatality, in-patient hospitalization, amputation, or loss of an eye.
REPORTING LINK – Severe Injury Reporting
Recordkeeping Logs and Summary Forms
Download the recordkeeping instructions by clicking here. The log can be downloaded by clicking here.
When your PERRP log is complete for the 2022 calendar you will need to have the summary form signed and posted in a conspicuous place for employees to see. Summaries must be posted from Feb. 1 through April 30.
*Remember only post the PERRP 300AP Summary and not the injury log*
The final step is to determine if you must file online.
All public employers are required to submit to the BWC except those with five or fewer employees and that also have had no recordable injuries in the calendar year. PERRP 300AP Summary form information is submitted through the Ohio BWC link found by clicking here.
For more information, please contact Sedgwick’s Andy Sawan at 330.819.4728 or email@example.com or Craig Lanken at 330.472.1656 or firstname.lastname@example.org