Housing Authorities - CONN-OSHA Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements Webinar
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Did you know that CONN-OSHA Recordkeeping and Reporting Electronically to OSHA are mandatory for all public entities? And, if CONN-OSHA comes to inspect your facility, they will ask for these records, which you have four hours to produce. Even if you are maintaining the logs, do you know whether the data you are recording is accurate? If you are responsible for maintaining the log(s) and need more information on how to meet the CONN-OSHA Recordkeeping standard or have questions, this is a necessary class for you to attend. DO NOT wait until the end of the year when the information is due, must be posted and reported to OSHA.
Also are you familiar with OSHA’s severe injury reporting requirements that require you to report to CONN-OSHA any fatality within 8 hours or an inpatient hospitalization, loss of eye or amputation within 24 hours? This session will cover Severe Injury Reporting in detail so that you are familiar with what to do if you have a severe injury at your organization.
- Understand how to complete the OSHA Log.
- Understand what information you need to accurately complete your OSHA log.
- Learn about which employee injuries do not need to be recorded on your OSHA log.
- Learn what information you will need for CONN-OSHA in the event of a severe injury.
Carol Fronczek, ARM; Vice President, Loss Control Services, Workers’ Compensation Trust
Pamela Hunter, PhD, MS, CSP; Senior Loss Control Consultant, Workers’ Compensation Trust
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