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Every builder who has been through an OSHA inspection is familiar with OSHA's safety regulations for job sites. But OSHA has paperwork requirements as well, and complying with the rules for completing, posting, and updating the forms is just as important as using approved ladders and GFCIs. Form 200 Most employers with more than ten employees are required to use an OSHA Form 200 (or an equivalent private form) to record and summarize work-related injuries and illnesses. Form 200 must be tallied each year, signed, and kept for five years. Some states also require a supplementary record of each injury. In North Carolina, for example, you must keep a record on OSHA Form 101 or on Form 19 of the