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OSHA Injury & Illness Recordkeeping: Understanding OSHA 300 Logs, Electronic Records, & Severe Injury Reporting - On-Demand

OSHA Injury & Illness Recordkeeping: Understanding OSHA 300 Logs, Electronic Records, & Severe Injury Reporting - On-Demand

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OSHA Injury & Illness Recordkeeping: Understanding OSHA 300 Logs, Electronic Records, & Severe Injury Reporting - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.

WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn important OSHA posting deadlines and how to properly record OSHA 300 logs, electronic recordkeeping requirements and deadlines, severe injury reporting, and more.


ALERT: Two important deadlines for injury and illness recordkeeping are approaching fast. By February 1, 2019, employers must compile injury and illness data from calendar year 2018 onto Form 300A and post the form in the workplace for employees to view. And by March 2, 2019, many employers must electronically submit 2018’s Form 300A data to OSHA using the online Injury Tracking Application.

For employers required to electronically submit data to OSHA—establishments with 250 or more workers and establishments with 20–249 workers in certain high-hazard industries—compliance is more critical than ever. OSHA plans to use the data to target its enforcement efforts—a fact that should motivate employers to focus more on safety and injury prevention than ever before.

Use this on-demand webinar to get clarity on this issue and other recordkeeping headaches. Attorney Adele L. Abrams will lead an in-depth webinar about OSHA’s injury and illness recordkeeping rule, including the latest on electronic submission requirements, what is considered recordable, and how to manage your organization’s records to remain in compliance.

You’ll learn:

  • Fundamentals of injury and illness recordkeeping, including:
    • What’s recordable as “medical treatment” and what passes as “first aid”
    • When and how to record
    • How to maintain records
  • How to ensure you’re compliant ahead of the February 1, 2019 posting deadline for 300A annual summaries
  • How the electronic recordkeeping rule impacts you—and the latest on the upcoming March 2, 2019 filing deadline
  • What has changed under OSHA’s revised policy interpreting the anti-retaliation provisions of the recordkeeping rule, as it pertains to incentive programs, discipline, and post-accident drug testing
  • Requirements for reporting severe injuries directly to OSHA, including:
    • Fatalities
    • Inpatient hospitalizations
    • Amputations
    • Eye loss incidents


About Your Presenter:

Adele Abrams, Esq., CMSPAdele Abrams, Esq., CMSP 
Law Office of Adele L. Abrams P.C.

Adele Abrams, Esq., CMSP, is an attorney, safety professional and firm president of the Law Office of Adele L. Abrams P.C. who is recognized as a national expert on occupational safety and health. Ms. Abrams heads a multi-attorney firm with offices in Maryland, Colorado and West Virginia. She represents employers and contractors nationwide in OSHA and MSHA litigation, and she provides safety and health training, auditing, and consultation services. Ms. Abrams is a Certified Mine Safety Professional, and a Department of Labor–approved trainer. She is on the adjunct faculty of Catholic University in Washington, DC, and the University of Colorado – Boulder, where she teaches employment and labor law.

Ms. Abrams is also a professional member of the American Society of Safety Professionals, and is co-author of several safety-related textbooks. She is on the Board of Delegates of the National Safety Council and was a founding member of the NSC Women’s Caucus. She is admitted to the Bars of Maryland, the District of Columbia, and Pennsylvania, as well as multiple federal courts including the US Supreme Court.

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