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OSHA Recordkeeping Requirements

Topic:
OSHA Recordkeeping Requirements
Date:
December 6, 2012 at 2:00 - 3:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Dana Heimdahl Chernault, CSP, Owner and Principal Consultant(Midgaard Safety Consulting)
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Description
Are you confused about OSHA’s record-keeping rules and procedures? Do you know the difference between an OSHA recordable injury and first aid only? What’s the difference between OSHA 300 recordable injuries and workers’ compensation claims reporting? This webinar presentation will cover this and much more. In addition, there will be a thought provoking practical exercise to assist attendees with applying the concepts to real life scenarios.
This topic is always a very popular subject. It will cover items such as OSHA recordable criteria; how to count lost days and restricted duty on an OSHA 300; what must be entered on an OSHA 300; why over-reporting on an OSHA 300 is a detriment to your organization; the differences between OSHA recording requirements and reporting an injury to a workers' compensation carrier, who must maintain a sharps injury log and why; the basic formula for an OSHA incident rate and what data is used in the calculation; and the regulations and the requirements for maintaining an OSHA 300 log. This presentation’s format is not merely a lecture; it is tailored in real time to the needs and suggestions of the attendees. Feedback is encouraged and necessary. Much of the presentation is spent addressing attendee’s scenarios that they have struggled with in their day to day operations. The scenarios presented within the presentation itself are designed to be fun, but at the same time, thought provoking.
This webinar is geared to the HR professional or any other person who may have safety and workers' compensation duties within an organization.

Who Should Participate
HR professionals, safety specialists, anyone with claims and injury recording responsibilities within an organization.
What You Will Learn
Please join us for this session as we will be discussing the following points:
  1. Differences between an OSHA recordable and first aid only injury
  2. Basic difference between OSHA recordkeeping and workers' compensation reporting
  3. Criteria that will make an injury an OSHA recordable injury
Recommended Resources
OSHA Forms for Recording Work Related Injuries and Illnesses http://www.osha.gov/recordkeeping/new-osha300form1-1-04.pdf Click here Department of Labor's OSHA Injury and Illness Recordkeeping http://www.osha.gov/recordkeeping/index.html
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