An employee was injured last year...and was released from our company earlier this year so that he may pursue other options. (He can no longer meet the physical demands of our workplace.)
He is on disability...but still receiving medical benefits from his WC claim.
At what point can I stop listing this event on the OSHA 300 log?
May I stop counting days if an employee who is away from work because of an injury or illness retires or leaves my company? Yes, if the employee leaves your company for some reason unrelated to the injury or illness, such as retirement, a plant closing, or to take another job, you may stop counting days away from work or days of restriction/job transfer. If the employee leaves your company because of the injury or illness, you must estimate the total number of days away or days of restriction/job transfer and enter the day count on the 300 Log.
Remember you can stop counting at 180 days.