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OSHA Recordkeeping: Intermediate

Workers' Compensation Trust, 47 Barnes Industrial Road South, Wallingford, CT 06492 T (203) 678-0123

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** Optional Workshop 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Snow date, if necessary: Thursday, January 16, 2020 - Reserve the Date!

Cost: Free to Members
Self-Insured Clients: $50 per person

Based on member feedback, this educational session is designed for the veteran OSHA record keeper.  This is an interactive class designed to assist with complex questions and scenarios to ensure attendees have a better understanding of what is recordable and not recordable. More complicated scenarios will be reviewed and determination made if and how to record.  Participants will learn how to correctly record lost days for employees that are out of work and on restricted duty.  Case studies will include employees injured while traveling from location to location, parking lot accidents, off-site activities and more.  We will review the OSHA pdf fillable forms and show participants how these forms can make completing the 300A Summary form easier.  A review of how to calculate your OSHA DART Rate will round out the morning.  There will be an optional workshop from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM to review your 2019 OSHA 300 log with a Senior Loss Control Consultant from the Trust. 

Learning Outcomes: 

  • Brief review of the Recordkeeping standard
  • Case studies and group exercises for more complex cases and questions
  • How and when to report severe Injuries
  • Learn what information has to be reported electronically to OSHA by March 2, 2020

Audience:

Anyone who has a basic understanding of the Recordkeeping standard who must maintain the OSHA 300 log and applicable documents.

Facilitators: 

Pamela Hunter, MS, CSP
Senior Loss Control Consultant, Workers’ Compensation Trust
Pam’s insurance career spans over twenty-five years working for insurance companies and large insurance brokers.  Throughout her career, Pam has provided loss control services to healthcare, municipal and general industry clients throughout New England.   Pam has an expertise in working with companies to develop and enhance their safety programs.  Pam’s loss control credentials include the Certified Safety Professional designation, a B.S. degree in Occupational Safety and Health Administration and a Master’s Degree in Occupational Safety and Health Management from the University of New Haven. She is currently pursuing her PhD in Safety Sciences from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Pam is authorized to teach the OSHA 10/30 hour General Industry course and the National Safety Council’s Defensive Driver Training course. 

Carlos J. Rivera
Senior Loss Control Consultant, Workers’ Compensation Trust
Carlos Rivera joined the Trust as a Senior Loss Control Consultant in early 2007.  Carlos has over 25 years of experience as a Safety and Health Professional, in the manufacturing industry. Carlos’s specialties are in the areas of OSHA compliance, safety program evaluation, indoor air quality, radiation and ergonomics. He is a certified trainer for the National Safety Council Defensive Driving 4-Hour Course, and is authorized to teach the OSHA 10-Hour and 30-Hour general industry safety and health courses, and a Certified Food Safety Manager.  Carlos holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Safety from the University of New Haven.

This course has been approved for 2.75 CEUs by LeadingAge CT