Governor Dannel P. Malloy

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Date: 12/13/2017

OSHA 300A Annual Summary Available for Electronic Upload

Effective December 15, 2017, the OSHA 300A Annual Summary for the 2016 calendar year must be submitted electronically to OSHA. Electronic submission will be required thereafter in addition to maintaining the standard posting requirements. The ability to run the OSHA 300A Annual Summary Report in PDF format remains available to meet posting requirements. Now, there is also the ability to run the report in CSV format which can be used for electronic upload directly to OSHA. The “OSHA 300 Incident Log and OSHA 300A Annual Summary” Job Aid has been revised to include detailed instructions for running each version of the report. Please review carefully prior to attempting to upload a file to OSHA.

Note that the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code is now a required field on the OSHA 300A Annual Summary. The NAICS code is used to describe the primary type of work performed at a particular Establishment ID location. To accommodate this first electronic filing requirement, the NAICS code was assigned to all active Establishment IDs centrally by Core-CT. YOU MUST REVIEW THE ASSIGNED CODE to ensure it is accurate prior to submission to OSHA. A listing of NAICS codes can be found at If the NAICS code is incorrect, please submit a Footprints ticket to the Core-CT HRMS Helpdesk requesting a change.

New FMLA Time Reporting Codes (TRC)

Another group of FMLA TRCs have been created as part of the SEBAC 2017 agreement. You can find these codes on the FMLA TRC Job Aid highlighted in yellow.

The TRC job aid has also been updated to include these new TRCs. As with the other TRCs created as part of the SEBAC agreement, these are effective August 4, 2017.

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