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OSHA Injury & Illness Recordkeeping – What You NEED To Know TODAY!
Did you know that your OSHA Summary Form 300-A must be certified, signed and posted by February 1, 2013? And remember, this OSHA form must be posted until April 30, 2013.

What's the Harm in Not Completing and Posting This Form? Well, just OSHA recently announced a National Emphasis Program (NEP) on OSHA Injury & Illness Recordkeeping. Simply put, OSHA is putting injury & illness recordkeeping in the spotlight. They are ramping up their audits and concentrating on your OSHA recordkeeping forms.

Each year the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) issues over $80 Million in fines to non-compliant organizations. Many of these fines are for paperwork that is not filled out correctly, including the OSHA Form 300 / 300A and 301. And now, even greater emphasis will be given to these important OSHA forms.

Have You Experienced This Problem Before?
So you make a commitment to complete the OSHA injury & illness recordkeeping as required by law, but once the injuries start, it's difficult to figure which injuries need to be recorded and which ones don't. Do you record a strained back? A stubbed toe? A twisted ankle? And be careful of just recorded everything! Record too much and you make yourself a target for the OSHA inspectors! In fact here's the rule: Only record what you are legally required to record.

Here's An Easy Solution! Don't have in-house expertise? Feel like you're on an island with no one to turn to? Don't have time to attend a day long OSHA seminar? Our annual OSHA injury & illness recordkeeping webinar is the solution!

Don't let another year go by wondering if you are following OSHA's rules for Injury and Illness Recordkeeping. Sign up now for this 60 minute easy to follow webinar - It will quickly prepare you for this year's recordkeeping responsibilities and make your life easier!
01/16/2013 1:00 pm o'clock
01/16/2013 2:00 pm o'clock
Tara Butt
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Who should participate:

This webinar will be helpful to all Human Resources professional professionals especially those responsible for workplace safety, employee wellness, compliance, workers compensation and OSHA recordkeeping.

What you will learn:

  • The #1 OSHA recordkeeping violation … and how to make sure your organization doesn’t get cited for it
  • What injuries and illnesses must be recorded and why it’s critical to avoid “over-reporting”
  • A valuable 4-step action plan that you can use to determine when an injury needs to be documented
  • CAUTION! If you are exempt from OSHA Form 300, you are not exempt from OSHA’s or the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Survey Form. Find out why
  • Which OSHA files you must make available to employees … and the safest legal way to fulfill this requirement
  • Have you unknowingly made your company into an OSHA target? Find out and what you can do about it.
  • There are some injured employees’ names you MUST NOT put on your Form 300. We’ll tell you who they are
  • How HIPAA views OSHA recordkeeping and what privacy mechanisms are required
  • The #1 OSHA recordkeeping violation … and how to make sure your organization doesn’t get cited for it
  • What injuries and illnesses must be recorded and why its critical to avoid “over-reporting”
  • A valuable 4-step action plan that you can use to determine when an injury needs to be documented
  • CAUTION! If you are exempt from OSHA Form 300, you are not exempt from OSHA’s or the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Survey Form. Find out why
  • Which OSHA files you must make available to employees … and the safest legal way to fulfill this requirement
  • Have you unknowingly made your company into an OSHA target? Find out and what you can do about it.
  • There are some injured employees’ names you MUST NOT put on your Form 300. We’ll tell you who they are
  • How HIPAA views OSHA recordkeeping and what privacy mechanisms are required
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