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Register for the Live Webinar on Thursday, September 24, 2015

Posted 9.16.15
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Register for the Live Webinar on Thursday, September 24, 2015

Ed FoulkeOn Thursday, September 24, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. EDT, former Secretary of Labor for OSHA Edwin G. Foulke Jr. will be conducting a live NATE webinar entitled “OSHA’s New Recordkeeping Requirements: Are you in Compliance?” This presentation will (1) examine the many recordkeeping pitfalls that employers face, especially those with multiple locations; (2) cover how to coordinate your injury and illness recordkeeping with other recordkeeping requirements and how employers can effectively use recordkeeping to improve their current safety and health management program; and (3) examine in detail the changes made by the final rule and, in particular, the increased employer reporting requirements for all employers.

Who should attend: HR and safety professionals, plant managers, company attorney

What you will learn:

-What events are required to be reported directly to OSHA under the new rule;
-What injuries and illnesses are recordable and why;
-The scope of the first aid exemption and OSHA's recent limitations;
-How to coordinate injury and illness recordkeeping requirements; 
-How to use recordkeeping to improve current safety and health management program; and 
-How to analyze each injury or illness to ensure they are properly recorded. 

This presentation will:

• Review the essential components of a comprehensive recordkeeping and reporting program that are required by OSHA;

• Discuss and highlight recordkeeping and reporting best practices that you should consider;

• Discuss the records you must keep including injury/illness, training, certifications, maintenance, inspections, MSDS, and procedures for statutory compliance;

• Recommend strategies for accurately documenting your program;

• Discuss strategies for ensuring that you maintain current records both for posting at work and for    producing for an inspector;

  • Review the key component of the injury and illness recordkeeping requirements including criteria for first aid and medical treatment determination;
  • Review OSHA reporting requirements and time lines;
  • Discuss the proper use of the three essential forms: 300A (annual summary); 300 Log Form; and Form 301; • Explain how OSHA uses recordkeeping data for targeting inspections; and
  • Suggest ways of performing a recordkeeping and reporting audit; and explain how records can help you improve safe practices and employee performance.

CLICK HERE to register now! 

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