OSHA Recordkeeping: The Basics
Cost: Free to Members and Self-Insured Clients
An area of compliance that many employers struggle with is understanding the Recordkeeping standard; more specifically the OSHA 300 Logs. Injury and illness recordkeeping is not always easy, especially given all the definitions of determining whether an injury is recordable. The OSHA Log is beneficial, but most importantly, required for many employers. The need to keep accurate and timely records is even more necessary now that OSHA's electronic reporting rule is in effect. If you are new to maintaining the OSHA 300 Log or are unsure of what and when to record, then this webinar is for you! This class will not cover recording or reporting COVID related claims which will be covered in our Intermediate Recordkeeping class.
- Understand the requirements of the Recordkeeping Standard
- How to accurately complete OSHA 300 and 300A forms
- Review recordability criteria for injuries and illnesses
- Understand the requirements of Severe Injury Reporting
Anyone who has the responsibility to maintain the OSHA 300 Log(s) at their facility.
Donna Santamaria, MS, Senior Loss Control Consultant, Workers' Compensation Trust