OSHA Recordkeeping (WEBINAR)
January 20 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
EAF Members – FREE
Non-Members – FREE
Presenter: Lewis Moseley, Risk Consultants, Inc.
As we have done for over ten years, Risk Consultants of America has prepared this updated Webinar to help you understand today’s OSHA recordkeeping requirements.
During the year, most employers are required to record workplace injuries and illnesses. Each January, most employers are required to compile a summary of their illnesses and injuries for the past year, and post this summary by February 1. Many employers are also required to upload this OSHA 300A Summary information electronically to OSHA By March 1.
Sounds simple, doesn’t it? Well, it IS simple, in principle, but like most other things that involve the government, the “Devil is in the Details!” Complying with OSHA’s Injury & Illness Recordkeeping Requirements can be confusing and time consuming.
Do YOU know…
- Which industries must comply with the OSHA Recordkeeping requirements and which are exempt from most requirements?
- How to complete the OSHA 300, OSHA 300A & OSHA 301 forms, and when the OSHA 300A Summary form must be posted?
- Which injuries and illnesses must be recorded, and which you should not record?
- What OSHA means by “work-relatedness” and “recordable”?
- What are OSHA’s NEW requirements for immediate reporting of accidents, and what happens when you do so?
- Which companies are required to send their OSHA 300A data to OSHA electronically, and when, and how to do this?
- What is the difference between “first aid” and “medical treatment,” according to OSHA? (And that some treatments by a doctor are “first aid”, while some treatments by a lay person can still be “medical treatment.”)
- How to record temporary workers’ injuries?
- How the regulations affect employers with multiple locations and employees who travel?
- How to comply with the requirements to share workplace injury data, while at the same time protecting an injured worker’s right to privacy?
By attending this Risk Consultants webinar, you can save time, money and costly OSHA fines by making sure you understand what you must do to be in compliance.
Who should attend?
- Managers and supervisors with responsibility for OSHA compliance
- Human Resources managers
- Administrative personnel who complete the OSHA Recordkeeping paperwork
- Branch location personnel with the above responsibilities
- Anyone interested in safety, loss control and OSHA compliance
Follow the link above to register for this webinar. Do this today to reserve your seat. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar, and reminders as the webinar approaches.
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