OSHA Recordkeeping: Intermediate
Workers' Compensation Trust
47 Barnes Industrial Park Road
Wallingford, CT 06492
Self Insured Clients: $50 per person
Based on member feedback, this educational session is designed for the veteran OSHA record keeper. This will be 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 on if and how to record. Participants will learn how to correctly record days away from work and job transfer or restriction. Case studies will include employees injured while traveling from location to location, parking lots, off-site activities and more. We will review the OSHA fillable PDF forms and show participants how these forms can make completing the 300A Summary form easier.
OSHA has also mandated new electronic reporting standards for employers who have 100 or more employees working at a location. We will review these new requirements and electronic reporting in general.
Finally, there will be an optional workshop from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM to review your OSHA 300 log with a Senior Loss Control Consultant from the Trust.
· Understand the requirements of the OSHA Recordkeeping standard
· Determine which locations need to maintain a log
· Discuss how to accurately complete OSHA 300 and 300A Forms
· How to determine if an injury or illness is recordable
· Review how and when to report Severe Injuries
· Learn electronic reporting requirements
Attendees: All Members and Self-Insured Clients, Human Resources Managers and anyone responsible for maintaining the OSHA log(s) at your organization.
Pamela Hunter, Ph.D., MS, CSP, Senior Loss Control Consultant, Workers' Compensation Trust
Carlos J. Rivera, CSHO, Senior Loss Control Consultant, Workers' Compensation Trust
2.75 CEUs from LeadingAge CT