OSHA Amends Its Rule Requiring Employers to Keep and Maintain Records of Recordable Injuries and Illnesses for Five Years.
OSHA has implemented a new online OSHA 300,300A,301 Log Record-keeping Reporting Requirement starting in July 01 2018. This has created a lot of questions and concerns from companies about what this requirement means and what OSHA will do with this information.
This course will give a comprehensive overview of what the new OSHA 300 Log Record-keeping Reporting Requirements are so that a beginner or a seasoned EHS Professional will have confidence in knowing how to fill these out quickly and correctly. In addition, navigating the complexities of OSHA Record-keeping can be challenging, even for the seasoned Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Professional. A basic review of OSHA Record-keeping will be given and site-specific case scenarios questions and answers will be addressed throughout the presentation.
- What the OSHA 300 Log Electronic Recordkeeping Requirements Are
- How to easily navigate the new OSHA 300 Log Electronic Reporting System
- How to fill out the OSHA 300 Logs, including the OSHA 300, 300A, and 301 Forms
- Learn how to effectively determine work relatedness as it pertains to OSHA Recordkeeping
- Learn the difference between First Aid versus Medical Treatment
- Address difficult site-specific OSHA Recordkeeping Scenarios
- Address any site-specific questions or concerns
Who Will Benefit:
- Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Professionals
- Loss Control Professionals
- Insurance Professionals
- Risk Managers
- Human Resource Professionals
- Plant Managers
- General Managers
- Safety Committee Members
- Legal Department