OSHA Recordkeeping

Course: (OSHA) Record-keeping


Course Summary:
 Employers are required to keep records of occupational deaths, injuries, and illness under the OSH Act of 1970. It is our goal to assist your company with using the records to direct programs, measure it's performance, and help inspectors focus their efforts on hazards in the workplace. 

Course Objective:
Due to OSHA having specific guidelines around the timing of record keeping, our goal is to inform individuals on the proper documentation and record keeping procedures. Also, determine how to assist employers in developing safety and health initiatives tailored to their individual workplaces. 

Learning Objective:
  • Assess your recorkeeping practices for compliance
  • Understand what is record-able and what is not
  • Properly complete OSHA Forms 300, 301, and 300A
  • Create or revise company policies and procedures that are compliant with regulations
  • Calculate incident rates
  • Protect your company from OSHA audits and fines
Written Exam:
The written exam will be provided at the end of the course. Incorrectly answered questions will be reviewed with the class as a whole to ensure understanding before completion of course. 

Documentation: Sign in sheets are required to document the number of students that will receive a certificate of completion. Please allow up to 48 hours on class sizes greater than 30.
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