OSHA Record Keeping Compliance
Duration: 60 Minutes
This webinar focuses on complete description of how to fill out injury and illness reports, what constitutes an injury, what constitutes first aid. The webinar will also discuss about filing reports, counting days away from work, the importance of restricted work policies, how to use the data collected, how to calculate incidence rates and compare your business to similar businesses like yours and the changes to the companies covered by the regulation and to the reporting requirements.
OSHA Injury and Illness records are scrutinized each time an OSHA Inspector enters your facility. Those responsible for filling out these records should know how to correctly fill out and maintain the records. Also, there is a requirement to report the summary of your injury and illness records. No changes have been made to these recordkeeping requirements until this year.
Why Should you Attend:
OSHA Injury and Illness records are one of the most commonly cited violations when OSHA Inspectors visit facilities. Records are often maintained incorrectly, or filled out incorrectly and inaccurately. This webinar will provide important information about filling out these records correctly and using them correctly to help reduce injury and illness rates in your facility. You will also learn about new reporting requirements and the new list of non-exempt businesses.
Objectives of the Presentation:
Objectives of the presentation are to teach about:
Who can Benefit:
- Classification of companies that are required to report and those that are exempt
- Classification of reportable injuries and illnesses
- New reporting requirements
- How to differentiate between medical treatment and first Aid
- How to evaluate whether an injury is new or ongoing
- How to differentiate between a workplace related injury and a non-workplace related injury
Any company that deals with OSHA and the employees responsible for maintaining these records, as well as business owners, who are responsible for the content of these records.