OSHA Recordkeeping Standard: Guidelines to Keep Your Company Compliant
Recording Price: $199.00
(Includes Proprietary Materials)
OSHA continues to target injury and illness recordkeeping practices to determine the accuracy of employer records. Enforcement actions have increased, meaning more employers are at risk for stiff penalties when records are not in compliance. In this 60-minute webinar you and your supervisors will learn:
What's needed for accurate incident reporting & collection of loss data
The value of recordkeeping Letters of Interpretation (LOI)
Best practices to keep compliant with OSHA requirements
Who is being most impacted by OSHA's inspections and why
Tips for motivating your supervisors to get on board with reporting
OSHA Recordkeeping: What's Required for Employers
What OSHA expects all employers to know today
Clear explanation of the latest recordkeeping rules
Navigating the forms to effectively document injuries and loss time
Guidelines to Ensure Accurate Records for Your Workplace
Steps for timely and proper incident reporting
How you can gain support for your internal policies
Tips to better gather, standardize & compare safety data
What's next in OSHA's pipeline related to recordkeeping
OSHA Recordkeeping Best Practices You Can Use Now
"Bullet-Proofing" your company's recordkeeping practices
Conducting rigorous incident investigations - why it's important
Setting realistic metrics from standard OSHA recordkeeping info
Live Question & Answer Session - Have your specific OSHA recordkeeping questions answered!
About The Speaker
Jack Fearing, CPEA, is the Managing Director for Fearing International Group. FIG is an occupational and aviation safety consulting firm. Mr. Fearing has more than 30 years of experience in occupational safety & health management and DOD aviation safety. His experience includes EHS Director for a global defense contractor, an audit program director for multi-national manufacturing company and audit team leader for a leading pharmaceutical company.
He has extensive hands-on experience in developing OSHA compliance programs, coordinating with state and Federal regulatory agencies and auditing OSHA recordkeeping requirements.
He has been published in "Today's Facility Manager", "Facility Safety Management," and various American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) professional journals.
He is a frequent speaker at the ASSE Annual Professional Development Conference, the National Safety Council (NSC) Conference and Exposition and the National Association of Environmental Management (NAEM) annual EHS Forum.
OSHA recordkeeping inspections focus on inspecting occupational injury and illness records at companies in all business sectors. This 60-minute program will show you what you need to do to keep accurate records and how to keep your workplace compliant with the OSHA standard.