Please join us in February for our annual OSHA recordkeeping and OSHA regulatory update webinar. This webinar will provide attendees with up-to-date information regarding the completion of OSHA logs and the electronic posting.
This webinar is directed to all personnel whose responsibilities include maintenance and preparation of the OSHA 300 log and 300A summary and individuals with managerial responsibility for safety.
This webinar covers applicability, Forms 300, 300A, 301, the definition of first aid, recordable, restricted duty, day away from work, and death, along with counting days, and the posting and submittal of recordkeeping information.
This webinar covers failure to maintain forms by establishment, over reporting/under reporting, inaccurate day counts, inaccurate man-hours, failure to post/report in a timely fashion, and improper Form 301 signatory.
OSHA requires affected employers to maintain and update OSHA 300 logs and to document recordable injuries and illnesses. OSHA also requires these employers to prepare the OSHA 300A summary by February every year. Affected employers are required to submit information from the OSHA 300A summary electronically on OSHA’s Injury Tracking Application (ITA) website.
Join us for a close look at latest changes to guidance for enforcing the recording of occupational illnesses - specifically cases related to COVID-19 and the recently proposed changes to Injury Tracking Application (ITA) reporting submission requirements for 2022. In this informative, 60-minute program we’ll address:
- Employers required to maintain OSHA logs and report electronically
- When to record and report cases of COVID-19 in the workplace for OSHA
- OSHA’s definition of a recordable injury or illness
- OSHA’s requirements for reporting certain injuries and fatalities
- OSHA’s specific anti-discriminatory and prohibited activities
- Proper preparation of the OSHA 300A summary form
- Using data from the OSHA logs to calculate incident rate benchmarks
- The current state of affairs at OSHA
- Insights into OSHA’s regulatory agenda
- Properly recording work-related COVID-19 cases
- The scope of work relationship – differences between OSHA and Workers' Compensation definitions.
- Understanding the importance of employees work relationship.
- The nuts and bolts of completing the OSHA 300 log and the 300A annual summary.
- Criteria to use in determining whether an injury or illness should be reported on the OSHA log.
- OSHA’s interim COVID-19 recordkeeping memorandum and it’s impact
- Recordkeeping elements of the COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS)
- Current guidance from OSHA on recording and reporting a COVID-19 related case
- Proposed rule amending electronic filing for 2022 to include Forms 300 & 301
- Key Center for Disease Control (CDC) elements in determining if a case is COVID-19
- The regulatory requirements for reporting and recording “Work at Home” cases
- Requirements for maintaining and updating specific OSHA recordkeeping forms
Who Will Benefit:
- Human resources staff
- Healthcare providers and nurses
- Physician’s assistants
- Safety and health professionals and staff
- Facility Manager
- Safety professionals
- Business owners
- Anyone with responsibility for safety