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Electronic Recordkeeping: Understanding Your Submission Requirements for OSHA 300A Data and Avoiding Citations - On-Demand

Electronic Recordkeeping: Understanding Your Submission Requirements for OSHA 300A Data and Avoiding Citations - On-Demand

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Electronic Recordkeeping: Understanding Your Submission Requirements for OSHA 300A Data and Avoiding Citations - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.


WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn the critical aspects of the submission requirements for OSHA 300A data - and how to avoid costly future citations.



OSHA’s electronic recordkeeping requirements are now in effect, with the next submission deadline scheduled for summer 2018. After the December 2017 deadline, OSHA reported that they had expected approximately 350,000 records, but received only slightly more than 150,000—suggesting that many employers may have been unaware of their electronic reporting requirements.

OSHA is currently revising the electronic recordkeeping rule, but 300A data for the 2017 calendar year is due July 1, 2018 for all affected establishments. And in April, OSHA announced that employers in state-plan states that have not yet completed adoption of the electronic recordkeeping rule still need to submit their data by the July deadline. It is important to understand your obligations so you can prepare your data submissions successfully.

Use this on-demand webinar with EHS expert Phil Mole, as he reviews the background of the injury and illness recordkeeping rule and discusses the electronic recordkeeping requirements and their applicability. He will also be discussing OSHA’s online Injury Tracking Application (ITA), including how to setup an account and edit and submit data.

You’ll learn:

  • The background of the OSHA recordkeeping rule
  • How to determine if a workplace injury is recordable
  • How to complete the appropriate OSHA forms for recordable injuries to meet compliance requirements
  • The applicability of the electronic recordkeeping requirement
  • How to comply with electronic recordkeeping, including use of the submission interface

About Your Presenter:

Phil MolePhil Mole
EHS Expert
VelocityEHS

Before joining VelocityEHS, Phil served as Global EHS Coordinator for John Crane Inc., as a Senior Environmental Consultant for Gaia Tech, and Project Manager for Mostardi Platt Environmental. He has a B.S. in Chemistry and a Masters of Public Health. He was a NIOSH traineeship recipient (1995-1997) and is a member of ASSE and NAEM. His certifications include OSHA 30-hour training (2012), and ISO/OHSAS Internal Auditor Training (2012).

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