Even if you had no workplace injuries or illnesses in 2013, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) still requires you to post its annual summary Form 300A by Feb. 1. You must also maintain the same information on OSHA's 300A Logs and keep those on file.

The 300A Logs must be certified by an officer of the company, or what it terms a "company executive."

OSHA has identified four specific management officials whom it considers to be a “company executive” for purposes of certifying the 300A Logs. These  are: 1) an owner of the company; 2) an officer of the corporation; 3) the highest-ranking company official working at the establishment; or 4) the immediate supervisor of the highest-ranking company official working at the establishment. This official must certify that he or she has reviewed the related records and reasonably believes, based on knowledge of the process underlying the development of the data, that the posted summary is accurate and complete.