OSHA Recordkeeping Workshop
This workshop helps supervisors better understand the requirements of recordkeeping found in the federal regulations code (29 CFR 1904). Proper recordkeeping helps prevent repetitive hazard situations. This workshop will help the supervisor properly fill out a Form 300, a required form that records all recordable injuries, accidents and lost time incidents. This is typically the first request that an OSHA inspector asks for when he/she enters your business. Improperly completed forms will result in major fines. This workshop will provide participants with the proper tools, skills, and knowledge for compliant recordkeeping for your business.
Purpose and Scope of OSHA Recordkeeping
Employers subject to the recordkeeping requirement; who is covered and who’s not
Employer obligations for reporting injuries and illnesses
Understanding OSHA Form 300, 300A and 301
Examination of the Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses
Classifying injuries and illnesses
Posting of Safety and Recordkeeping forms
Who Should Attend:
All personnel whose related responsibilities include: Small Business Owners; Safety Directors; Site and Plant Managers; Administrators and Supervisors.
OSHA 29CFR1904 Regulations