OSHA recordables, logs and more!
There’s so much to know and stay current on with OSHA recordkeeping. And not long ago, OSHA announced changes to electronic filings. If you’re responsible for the OSHA 300 log, this is a workshop you don’t want to miss.
During the full day training, we’ll help you classify injuries and illnesses, explain the recordkeeping filings requirements (and changes!) and teach you how to distinguish between OSHA recordables and non-recordables.
The class will also 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.
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 and when do I send my OSHA records?
- How do I electronically file my 300A summary form?