Operational-OSHA requires employers to track certain work place injuries such as splashes or needle sticks on OSHA 300 series logs. Currently these logs are kept on site and not sent to OSHA unless requested. Beginning January 2017, OSHA will require electronic submission of these forms annually. Employers with greater than 250 employees will submit form 300, 300A and 301. Employers with less staff will only need to submit form 300A. The injury data could be posted to the OSHA website.
When evaluating a new control lot number for your instrument you must run testing in parallel with your old control lot number. In this way you confirm the new lot number of control is working appropriately. It is recommended that you run at least 20 values of each control; one set of normal and abnormal controls daily for 20 testing days. You must also confirm that the values recovered and established for your instrument are within the acceptable ranges listed on the manufacturer’s package insert for the control material.