OSHA Reporting and Record keeping - Are You up to Speed on What Is Required
Time: 10:00-11:15 AM EST
OSHA’s Recordkeeping Standard Part 1904 requires many employers to record workplace illnesses and injuries and to report certain types of serious incidents in a timely manner.
Where do you record them? What types of injuries and illnesses must be recorded? And when must you call OSHA to report an injury or illness?
This webinar will explain the differences between “recording” and “reporting” by detailing examples and situations that can occur in the work environment.
Topics to be covered in this presentation will include:
- Injury and illness reporting/recording
- The difference between “Medical Treatment” and “First Aid”
- Determining the “Work-Relatedness” of Injuries and Illnesses
- Reporting and recording criteria for COVID-19 cases
- Electronic submission of OSHA Logs
MEMIC's Manager of Digital Media, Peter Koch, will host this event. Our presenters are Stephen Badger, Laurie Nolt, Randy Morehouse, and Anthony Jones all Safety Management Consultants at MEMIC.