In 2017 companies will be impacted by OSHA’s Revised Rule on Improved Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses. In the new reporting rule, OSHA is trying to improve overall safety using behavioral economics and Nudge Theory. Basically, public reporting of information will encourage a focus on best practices and improved safety cultures within organizations.
This webinar will provide attendees with a holistic view of OSHA’s reporting and recordkeeping, as well as detailing how recent and upcoming changes will impact your processes.
EHS industry veteran Pam Bobbitt will share best practice tips on how to track data for OSHA based upon years of professional experience.
Attend this free webinar and learn:
The basics of OSHA Reporting and Recordkeeping
The new requirements to OSHA’s Reporting and Recordkeeping Rule, including prohibition against discrimination, employee involvement and electronic submission of records
Best practices for ensuring your data is tracked and compliant