OSHA Safety Series: OSHA's Severe Injury Reporting Requirements
Cost: Free to Members and Self-Insured Clients
Are you familiar with OSHA’s Severe Injury Reporting requirements? Are you aware that any employer, regardless of whether you are required to keep an OSHA log must call OSHA if there is a work-related fatality? And did you know that you need to call OSHA if there is a work-related hospitalization that occurs within 24 hours of the injury or illness? And that Healthcare organizations that fell under OSHA’s ETS have even more requirements related to COVID-19. Attend this webinar to learn about your responsibilities under the OSHA standards. This webinar will cover the requirements in-depth as well as provide a step-by-step framework for how to prepare for your initial call and complete a thorough Accident Investigation. The webinar will finish with an overview of the OSHA inspection process.
- Discuss OSHA's Requirements for Severe Injury Reporting
- Review when you need to call OSHA
- Discuss what information OSHA will ask you when you call
- Review the next steps that will most likely happen
- Discuss what you should do to respond to OSHA
CEO's, Administrators, Operation Managers, Human Resources, and anyone responsible for reporting workers' compensation claims and keeping the OSHA log.
Pamela Hunter, PhD, MS, CSP, Senior Loss Control Consultant, Workers’ Compensation Trust