This insightful program provides you and your organization with proven tips and solid solutions to steer clear of high accident rates, high health insurance premiums and scrutiny from OSHA inspectors — which could result in hefty fines and consequences if infractions are found.
Don't hope you're in compliance … know you are, and be ready when OSHA inspectors come calling! This informative program prepares you by covering:
- The distinctions in OSHA regulations between reporting, documentation, and record keeping
- How to determine if your organization is covered by OSHA's record-keeping requirements or if you are exempt
- How to maintain forms 300, 300A, and 301 in accordance with OSHA's rules
- Which injuries and illnesses are required to be recorded under OSHA regulations
- OSHA records retention requirements — what you need to know
OSHA Records Retention