OSHA implemented new recordkeeping requirements in 2017, making it more complicated - and challenging to comply. These changes have a major impact, and employers and safety managers know how even a simple recordkeeping error can be costly in OSHA fines. It is vital safety managers understand these new requirements, and how to adapt their practices. Join us for this can't-miss, 60-minute webinar to discover:
What OSHA's updated injury recordkeeping standard means for you
OSHA requirements to electronically submit your injury data
Rules for classifying injuries - and how to avoid the common errors
OSHA 300/301 logs - compliance requirements for 2018
What incidents must be reported immediately, and what can just be logged
OSHA's New Injury Recordkeeping Standard: How to Comply in 2018
Types of injury events that must now be reported - and when
Explanation of new electronic reporting of injury requirements
Who is required to submit injury and illness data electronically
Latest recording keeping interpretations by OSHA
Recordkeeping Revisions & Requirements for Employers
What information OSHA now requires you to collect on injuries
Keys to updating your current recordkeeping procedures
Reporting v. Recording an injury: What's the difference?
How to determine if an injury is actually work-related
Guidelines & Best Practices for OSHA Recordkeeping Compliance
Keys to determine when an injury needs to be documented
Guidelines for maintaining your injury reporting system
How long do you have to maintain mandatory records?
Special situations: Working at home, travel, parking lots & more
Live Question & Answer Session - Have your questions answered by the expert!
About The Speaker
Michael Lawrence is principal of Summit Safety Technologies based in Long Beach, California. Lawrence is an accomplished safety manager, technical trainer, and instructional designer, and has been training adult workers and safety professionals for many years.
He is a frequent speaker and is recognized for his expert knowledge of safety regulations, safety management systems, business continuation planning, and emergency preparedness.
Lawrence's experience includes over 16 years in safety and technical training in the semiconductor manufacturing industry and 14 years Naval Aviation experience in aircraft maintenance, electronics technology, safety, and quality assurance.
His military contributions resulted in several awards, including the Navy Achievement Medal, and numerous awards from the Navy League of the United States for his volunteer work as a Commanding Officer with the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps. Lawrence's volunteer work also includes 10 years as a CPR &First Aid Instructor Trainer for the American Red Cross.
In this dynamic training program, you will learn ways to ensure compliance with the newly instituted OSHA recordkeeping standard, and guidelines for accurate reporting in the new year.