A live webinar on OSHA record keeping and reporting will be held July 15 for small-business owners and others who could use help understanding these complex issues and the associated responsibilities. MentorHealth, trainer of health care professionals, will be providing the webinar.
OSHA requires that businesses maintain a running account of injuries and illness that occur in the workplace. The logs must be completely and accurately filled in and completed. At the end of the year, these figures must be reported to OSHA or other report collection agencies t0 determine if the rate of injuries and illnesses falls within the norm for that industry sector. Although not a recommended practice, some businesses use these figures as a measure of the success or failure of their safety programs. Over-reporting injuries and illnesses or under-reporting such numbers can result in problems, both internally in a company, as well as with the regulatory agency. Accurate reporting is imperative, and is a good tool to use in determining problem areas in the company’s business operation.
Areas covered in the session:
- Criteria to use in determining whether an injury or illness should be reported on the OSHA log
- Understand the purpose of the OSHA injury and illness logs and forms
- Potential new requirements under the law
- How to calculate lost work days
- Techniques to ensure that the information contained in the logs remains confidential
- How to calculate injury and illness rates for their workplace
Who will benefit:
- Small business owners
- Safety personnel
- Occupational health personnel
- Human resources administrators
OSHA Record Keeping and Reporting
Date: Wednesday, July 15, 2015
Time: 10 a.m. Pacific Time
Length: 90 minutes
Click HERE to register.
About the speaker
Kenneth S. Weinberg, PhD, is the president and principal consultant, Safdoc Systems, L.L.C. He is an independent consultant in environmental health and safety. Dr. Weinberg has consulted for several companies in the areas of OSHA injury and illness reporting, as well as auditing for OSHA inspections.