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Nowadays, businesses with more than 10 employees are obligated to keep a record of serious workplace illnesses, injuries, and deaths. Although some low-risk industries are partially exempt from this rule, employers in a wide range of industries need to consider recordkeeping a mandatory part of doing business. These records allow employees and OSHA to evaluate a working environment’s safety and identify areas that require improvement.
This training is specially designed to meet the needs of human resources representatives, managers, supervisors, business owners, and employees in all industries. In addition, this is directed to all personnel whose responsibilities include maintenance and preparation of the OSHA 300 log and 300A summary and individuals with managerial responsibilities.
By the end of this training course, participants will be able to:
Meet the requirements found in 29 CFR 1904
Recognize OSHA’s rules for reporting fatalities and serious workplace accidents
Recognize OSHA’s rules for recordable injuries and illnesses
Identify and correctly fill out OSHA’s 300, 300A, and 301 forms
Human resource professionals
Anyone with responsibility for safety
The recordkeeping requirements in 29 CFR 1904
The rules for reporting fatalities and accidents
How to identify and fill out OSHA’s reporting forms
Types of injuries and illnesses that must be reported
Recent changes to the regulations mean for your business’s recordkeeping.
OSHA’s requirements for reporting certain injuries and fatalities
OSHA’s definition of a recordable injury and illness
Proper preparation of the OSHA 300A summary form