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OSHA’s Injury and Illness Recordkeeping: How to Electronically File Accurate Injury and Illness Records

OSHA’s Injury and Illness Recordkeeping: How to Electronically File Accurate Injury and Illness Records

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OSHA’s Injury and Illness Recordkeeping: How to Electronically File Accurate Injury and Illness Records

Webinar Rebroadcast: Tuesday, August 28, 2018

1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Eastern/10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Pacific


WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn how to evaluate whether a workplace incident is recordable and reportable under OSHA’s Injury and Illness Recordkeeping requirements.


 

OSHA’s electronic injury and illness recordkeeping requirements are now in effect. This means that it’s more important than ever to understand the nuances of OSHA 300 recordkeeping—a common pain point even for seasoned safety professionals.

Failure to submit complete and accurate records could result in heavy OSHA penalties and fines, all of which are easily avoidable. But it’s not just establishments that are required to electronically submit injury and illness data that need to make sure their OSHA 300 data is accurate. All employers need to clearly understand the difference between recordable injuries and first-aid incidents and other common recordkeeping pain points in order to avoid OSHA citations. Getting your questions answered now will save you the hassle of scrambling for answers should OSHA come calling.

Join us on August 28, when Phil Mole, EHS Expert from VelocityEHS, will provide an in-depth review of the OSHA recordkeeping rule, including the background of the rule, tips and best practices for compliance, steps to complete the appropriate forms accurately and completely, and common mistakes to avoid.

You’ll learn to: 

  • The scope of the OSHA recordkeeping rule and how it applies to your organization
  • How to make distinctions between recordable injuries, first-aid cases, and other tricky recordkeeping situations
  • Steps for completing the OSHA 300 logs, 301 incident reports, and 300A annual summaries
  • Key requirements of the electronic reporting requirements and how they affect you
  • Best practices for compliance with the electronic submission requirements, including use of OSHA’s Injury Tracking Application webpage for electronic submission

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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