Making Sure Your OSHA Injury and Illness Recordkeeping Is Accurate Before the Annual Posting Requirement on February 1
Duration: 120 Minutes
You will learn the OSHA recordkeeping analysis from the reporting of an injury or illness to the determination of whether the case is work-related or whether any of the nine exceptions provided by the OSHA recordkeeping regulations apply, to the determination of whether any of the five recording criteria have been met, and finally to entering the case accurately on the OSHA 300 Log and on the 300A annual summary.
Objectives of the Presentation
Why Should you Attend
- Understanding what OSHA means by work-related
- Understanding what OSHA means by restricted work activity
- OSHA's rules on temporary workers and independent contractors
- OSHA's interpretation of exercise as medical treatment
- Understanding when you can and cannot rely on the conflicting opinion of a second doctor
- The mechanics of completing the OSHA 300 Log and the 300A annual summary
- Which of your establishments must have an OSHA 300 Log and 300A annual summary
This 2-hour OSHA Recordkeeping webinar training will address all of the key concepts that must be understood for accurate OSHA recordkeeping. The presenter has audited hundreds of employers' OSHA 300 Log recordkeeping practices, has defended OSHA recordkeeping citations, and is a frequent speaker and trainer on OSHA recordkeeping.
Who can Benefit
- The scope of work relationship - differences between OSHA and Workers' Compensation definitions
- Understanding the key exceptions to the work relationship
- Rules for temporary workers
- The role of employee fault
- What OSHA means by "restricted work"
- The meaning of "significant aggravation"
- The effect of post-accident drug tests
- The conflicting doctor rule
- The nuts and bolts of completing the OSHA 300 Log
- Completing the 300A Annual Summary
- Safety managers
- Human Resources and Workers' Compensation personnel
- Risk Managers
- In-House Attorneys
- Anyone responsible for completing OSHA 300 Logs and 300A annual summaries