OSHA requires recording and reporting of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses on special forms that are summarized and posted in workplaces February to April 30 each year. Has your staff been updated recently? Have your forms been correct?
Attendees will learn more about the rules and regulations for OSHA Recordkeeping, saving time and money for your company. Content will be covered by examples, group workshops and hands-on practice. Information includes the recording requirements of the OSHA 300 log, the OSHA 300A Summary Log, reporting requirements, hotlines, data updating, decision trees, first aid vs. medical treatment, OSHA vs. workmans compensation reporting, audiometric testing, business travel, DART rate, incident rate, example situations, frequently-asked questions and analysis for injury reduction.
The half-day program will be presented by expert Paul Seidlitz, R.N., of the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic OpportunitySafety and Health On-Site Consultation Program. Materials are exceptional for use and resource. Workshops with interaction are designed for fun and application to work.
Register at 1-800-656-5317 or visit the NIU-National Safety Education Center Web site at www.earnyourcard.com.
from the May 23-29, 2007, issue