OSHA 300 Log Completion

Webinar: ID# 1010189
About This Course:
Every employer with eleven or more employees must keep a record of injuries called the OSHA Log 300.

And though most organizations ARE filling out the forms, they're just not doing it correctly. Believe it or not, more than half of the companies that OSHA inspected in the past year were cited for recordkeeping violations. Unfortunately for these organizations, they paid millions of dollars in fines.

This session will simplify and clarify the recordkeeping regulations that can be difficult to understand. Our expert speaker, with many years of experience in dealing with OSHA regulations, will help you get a good handle on what OSHA requires of employers and will provide simple methods you can use to ensure OSHA compliance.What You'll Learn:By attending this training session, you and your co-workers will learn:
  • What OSHA requires when recording work-related fatalities, certain injuries and illnesses
  • How workers' compensation and OSHA recordkeeping requirements are independent of each other, where an injury may be compensable under workers compensation but not recordable under OSHA
  • Definitions of the various categories on the OSHA 300 log and the importance of correctly categorizing each illness or injury
  • The limited definition of "first aid" and how that may impact you OSHA log
  • Various nuances of recording hearing loss, needle sticks and under what circumstance an employee can request their name not be listed on the log due to "privacy concerns"
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