Easy Form Management with a Mobile App
Field service management has never been easer with Aptora’s Mobile Form Builder. This easy to use software allows contractors to create their own forms or import forms that we create. Contractors can even share forms with one another.
Now you can fill out the OSHA form 301 conveniently and efficiently with a mobile device using the Aptora Mobile Field Service Management app. You will be able to open this template in the app or in a browser. You can fill out the form and save it to your employee’s Document Links with only a few clicks.
We have built the OSHA Form 301 into a standard sized 8 1/2 x 11″ size page. The form provided by OSHA is 8 1/2″ x 14″, but that size is less convenient to print and manage. OSHA will accept a standard size page like ours. You can learn more by visiting their website.
Document Field Service and Other Injuries
We highly recommend that your contracting business uses this form even if your company does not have to report injuries. It is a good idea to document when service technicians, installation technicians, and other field or office workers get injured while at work.
How Do The Mobile Form Builder Templates Work?
You purchase the template kit on this website using our shopping cart. We use PayPal, so you can use many different forms of payment. You will immediately receive an email with a download link. That link will be valid for thirty days, so you have plenty of time. The download will be a zip file. Unzip that file and import it into Mobile Form Builder. You then set the mobile user’s security so that they have access to the new template.
What is the OSHA Form 301?
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Form 301, “Injury and Illness Incident Report,” is used by employers to keep a record of a single injury, illness, or death in a workplace.
OSHA considers injuries and illnesses to be recordable if they are serious, directly related to an employee’s work, and happen while the worker is doing their job. Recordable injuries include:
- Injuries or illnesses that cause unconsciousness, days off from work, restricted work, or job transfers
- Diagnosed cancer, irreversible chronic conditions, broken teeth or bones, and punctured eardrums
- Injuries requiring professional care
Minor injuries that only require first aid, like a bandage or ice pack, don’t have to be recorded. Also, different rules apply for certain conditions including tuberculosis and hearing loss. Visit the OSHA website for more details about the regulations for recordable injuries and illnesses.