OSHA Recordkeeping and Reporting Training

Event Date: December 20, 2018

The session will focus on OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping and reporting requirements. All employers must promptly report workplace fatalities and certain injuries and illnesses. Most employers with more than ten employees are required to keep an annual log of work related injuries and illnesses at each establishment. The speakers will discuss requirements, and provide guidance on complying with recordkeeping requirements. In addition, this session will address the new anti-retaliation mandates of Part 1904.

Session Takeaways

  • Identifying what needs to be reported to OSHA (injuries, illnesses and fatalities)
  • Deciding if cases are recordable on the OSHA-300 log
  • Determining what is work related under OSHA and what injuries and illnesses are recorded on the log
  • Recognizing what first aid cases do not need to be recorded on the log
  • Completing the OSHA 300, 300A, 301 forms
  • Finalizing and posting the OSHA-300A summary form
  • Reviewing electronic submission of records
  • Addressing the Site-Specific Targeting 2016 (SST-16)

 

Who Should Attend?
Safety professionals, HR professionals and other professionals responsible for workplace safety

Join us for a webinar on December 20, 2018
Session:  9:30 – 10:30 am
Q&A: 10:30 – 11:00 am

Featured Speakers
Chris Halverson, Risk Management Sales Director, M3 Insurance
Leslie Ptak, Compliance Assistance Specialist, U.S. Department of Labor/OSHA

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