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OSHA Recordkeeping Lunch & Learn
March 23, 2023, 11:30am-1:00pm
Members - $20/person
Non-members - $40/person
January 26, 2023, the US Department of Labor announced OSHA's new enforcement guidance to target serious areas of concern such as lockout/tagout, machine guarding, confined spaces, respiratory protection, falls, and trenching. Compliance officers are also being directed to target other-than-serious violations in recordkeeping. If you're inspected, you may find officers giving your recordkeeping practices a more in-depth look. This class is a great learning opportunity for new employees handling their company's recordkeeping process or for existing employees who'd like a refresher on these requirements.
Presentation to cover:
- OSHA 1904 – Recordkeeping & Reporting Occupational Injuries & Illnesses
- OSHA Recordable and Lost Time Accidents vs First Aid Injuries
- Completing OSHA 300 records that must be kept (physical documentation)
- Accidents that must be reported to OSHA (called in) by all employers
- Filing OSHA 300 information electronically
- Common causes of workplace accidents