OSHA Reporting and Recordkeeping - Do You Know What is Required?
Each year many organizations struggle with the OSHA reporting and recordkeeping requirements for illnesses and injuries sustained by employees in the workplace. No one wants to report or record an occurrence that does not meet these requirements but employers fear that they may not be properly addressing every incident that should be conveyed in the appropriate manner. This situation can result in a great deal of confusion and angst for those whose job duties require them to manage their OSHA reporting and recording responsibilities.
This webinar will address when OSHA standards require employers to directly contact OSHA to report an illness or injury, organizations that must record illnesses and injury on the appropriate OSHA forms and what must be included in the reporting and recording process.
Stephen E. Badger, CSP, OHST, WCP®
Safety Manager - Loss Control
The MEMIC Group
Stephen has over 37 years of safety experience working in a variety of industries. His experience in the papermaking, medical sterilization and construction industries gives him a unique perspective of the safety needs in manufacturing facilities and in the field. He encourages companies to find innovative safety solutions and not just settle for a “quick fix.” He facilitates employers tapping into their most valuable asset, their employees, for ideas and solutions that may not be available anywhere else.
Stephen has earned his Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Occupational Health and Safety Technologist (OHST) and Workers’ Compensation Professional (WCP®) designations. He is a member of the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) and is an authorized training instructor fhrough the OSHA Training Institute in Manchester, NH. In addition to his experience as a safety professional, he has formal training in industrial hygiene practices and indoor air quality testing.
“My basic belief concerning safety management is that it is always a work in-progress. It is one thing to write and implement a safety program, but a company needs to review and update their program regularly to keep it relevant to the workplace. Too often we see a good program that becomes stagnant and no longer useful.”
Here is the AGENDA for this webinar:
2:00PM ET / 1:00PM CT / 11:00AM PT
OSHA Reporting and Recordkeeping - Do You Know What is Required
3:00PM ET / 2:00PM CT / 12:00 PT
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