Is your Form 200 up-to-date? If a representative from the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) asks to see it and you don't have it, you'll probably get nailed with a noncompliance citation and a fine. If your construction firm has 10 or more employees, you must record on OSHA Form 200 each time an occupational injury or illness occurs. The details of each case must be recorded on OSHA Form 101. You must record any injury or illness that involves: loss of consciousness; restriction of work or motion; transfer to another job; medical treatment other than first aid.