Injury and Illness RecordKeeping: Tips and Best Practices

On Demand Webinar

Webinar Details $219

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  • Webinar Length: 90 Minutes
  • Guest Speaker:   Todd Logsdon
  • Topic:   Human Resources
  • Credit:   HRCI 1.5, SHRM 1.5, ATAHR 1.5
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Injury and illness recordkeeping is one of the more complex OSHA regulations that employers must follow. Under OSHA’s recordkeeping requirements, certain covered employers are required to prepare and maintain records of serious occupational injuries and illnesses using the OSHA 300 Log. OSHA will ask for this information during an inspection, and may be required to submit a summary report to OSHA annually. Employers that fail to record injuries and illnesses properly may face heavy fines and increased scrutiny from regulatory authorities.

 

Join us for an information-packed, 90-minute webinar where we will provide tips to develop and implement an effective program, insight into trends in OSHA enforcement, share commonly overlooked program elements, and so much more! 


Proper Recordkeeping Means Understanding:

 

  • Who is an employee, including temporary workers
  • What makes a workplace injury or illness recordable
  • How to fill out OSHA’s Form 300 Log 
  • When to finish and post OSHA’s Form 300A Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses
  • When and how to complete OSHA’s Form 301 Injury and Illness Incident Report or equivalent forms
  • How long to retain the required records
  • When you must produce the records for employees, employee representatives, or government officials
  • Who must electronically submit 300A Summary data to OSHA
  • The deadlines for electronically submitting data to OSHA

Additional topic areas covered:

•    Common violations of the standard (29 CFR 1904)

•    Exemptions to the rule 

•    General recording criteria: recordable vs. non-recordable 

•    How to avoid recordable incidents while providing appropriate care

•    OSHA logs


Guest Speaker

  • Todd B. Logsdon

HRCI Credit

Human Resource Certification Institute
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SHRM Credit

Society for Human Resource Management
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ATAHR Credit

Aurora Training Advantage is offering continuing education points designed to recognize dedication to training and excellence in human resources.