for reporting success
1.) Fill out the form completely.
fill it out successfully, you need the following information
available to you (Do not send the form until all items are
Date the form
from when you fill it out
The date of the
last injury/illness that resulted in days away from work
total number of hours worked by all employees
The number of
deaths reported by your company
The number of
injuries/illnesses with days away from work
The actual, total
number of days away from work
2.) Only report information during
the last six month reporting period. Either January 1 through June
30 or July 1 through December 31.
3.) Please use the company name you
registered for the council under.
Semi-Annual Report must be submitted online at
5.) Your incentive rebate and status with
the BWC is completely in your hands. If this report is not
submitted, or submitted late, there is NO GUARANTEE
your company will remain eligible for the discount.
am I being asked to submit this form?
are two semi-annual reports that the BWC requires. This enables the
BWC to track whether or not the Safety Council of Greater
Columbus is helping its members to improve their safety record.
This information is also used to determine which companies are
eligible for BWC awards.
is it due?
form is due no later than 5 p.m. on July 15, 2018 (for
period Jan. 1 - June 30, 2018) and Jan. 15, 2019 (for
period July 1 - Dec. 31, 2018). There are no extensions. These deadlines are set by the
BWC. You must submit your report to the Builders Exchange. Nothing
should be sent directly to the BWC.
happens if I decide not to submit?
a company elects not to report the information requested, they
become ineligible for any rebate on their company’s workers’
compensation, and the company is also ineligible for any of the
awards offered from the BWC during the incentive year.
if I don't know the information requested?
in your office can fill out the required information. If you’re
not directly responsible for recordkeeping, workers’ compensation
or human resources, ask someone for help in your office. If you’re
unsure of what is being asked, feel free to call Rosie Leuby at the BX,
614.486.9521 ext. 224 or send an
e-mail to email@example.com.
if I am exempt from the recordkeeping portion of the federal
with 10 or fewer employees are exempt only from the recordkeeping
portion of federal OSHA requirements. You are still required to know
the information, and often your TPA (Third Party Administrator) is
able to help you with this information.