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OSHA 300 Update: Key Pain Points and the Latest Guidance on Recording COVID-19 Cases - On-Demand

OSHA 300 Update: Key Pain Points and the Latest Guidance on Recording COVID-19 Cases - On-Demand

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OSHA 300 Update: Key Pain Points and the Latest Guidance on Recording COVID-19 Cases - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.


WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: OSHA injury/illness reporting and recordkeeping requirements can be daunting even in normal times, but COVID-19 has further complicated the situation. This presentation will review the obligations for OSHA notification of fatalities and severe injuries and illnesses, and OSHA 300/301 logging requirements that address different scenarios that arise in the workplace.


Injury and illness recordkeeping are perennial pain points for employers. From determining whether a case is work-related to distinguishing between first aid and medical treatment to complying with electronic reporting requirements, there are always areas of uncertainty. The COVID-19 pandemic adds another complication, as employers must keep up with OSHA’s latest guidance on when and how to record COVID-19 cases and understand how to make tricky work-relatedness determinations about COVID-19 cases depending on industry risks, level of community transmission, and other variables.

Use this on-demand webinar covering the latest developments on injury and illness recordkeeping, including the latest guidance from OSHA on COVID-19 and more.

At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Identify and apply the criteria for recordable injuries and illnesses
  • Understand how to make work-relatedness determinations for COVID-19 cases according to OSHA’s latest guidance
  • Distinguish between first aid and medical treatment and avoid common missteps that can lead to over- or under-recording
  • Correctly classify cases according to outcome on your OSHA 300 log
  • Understand and comply with electronic recordkeeping requirements

About Your Presenter

Daniel RamirezDaniel Ramirez

Board-Certified in Labor and Employment Law, Daniel “Danny” Ramirez represents public and private employers in labor, employment, and immigration matters. Danny’s successful track record includes advising businesses on human resources issues, representing employers during government investigations, and defending restaurants, large public companies, and community colleges in litigation and arbitration. He regularly represents companies during high-stake ICE raids and helps them implement Form I-9 best practices. Danny’s clients include numerous McDonald’s franchisees, the Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, Houston Community College, and Fircroft, one of the largest technical staffing companies in the world.

As an alumni of The University of Texas Law School, Danny is a Board Certified Labor & Employment attorney that has been repeatedly honored with the title of Super Lawyer and is AV Preeminent Rated. Danny’s unique skill set allows him to aggressively defend his clients in litigation, while maintaining a strategic focus on the client’s best interests. Danny understands that litigation can create a substantial expense and distraction for many of his clients. Danny’s client-centric approach allows him to promptly identify his client’s needs and work towards obtaining swift, favorable resolutions when necessary. Clients value that Danny is an experienced litigator that is able to offer proactive counseling and cost-effective solutions.