OSHA 300 Log: OSHA Recordkeeping Requirements, Troubleshooting and Electronic Filing
January 23 @ 8:30 am - 5:00 pm$195.00
The OSHA 300 Log: Beginning in 2018, your OSHA records will become public documents! Are you prepared to share?
We can answer these questions and more: How do I know if an injury must be recorded on the OSHA log? Do I need to change my drug-testing policy? Where do I send my OSHA records? How do I electronically file my logs? This compliance workshop will provide training on proper determination of injuries and illnesses as well as update attendees with recent OSHA changes requiring electronic incident reporting beginning in 2018. Along with distinguishing between OSHA recordables and non-recordables, the session will cover OSHA’s emphasis on incentive programs and post-incident drug testing. There will be several opportunities during the day to work in small groups to evaluate incidents and determine OSHA recording steps as well as evaluate your own OSHA log.
This workshop is intended for anyone that has responsibility for or oversight for the OSHA 300 log – human resources, workers’ compensation and safety supervisors and managers . Each participant is requested to bring their current year’s OSHA records to review and update during the course.
Upon completion, participants will be able to:
- Define medical treatment beyond first aid
- Determine restricted duty and lost work days based on the OSHA definitions
- Properly complete the OSHA 300, OSHA 300A, and OSHA 301
- Categorize an accident as OSHA recordable or non-recordable
- Explain that workers’ compensation rules and OSHA rules may differ.
- Explain new 2018 OSHA electronic reporting requirements
- Identify alternatives to incentive programs
- Understand the conflicts with post-accident drug testing