OSHA Injury and Illness Record Keeping Compliance

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This program will present the requirements for recording Injuries and illnesses as required by OSHA. The course will detail what constitutes first aid v. medical treatment. It will demonstrate the forms used to collect data and how they are used. Examples of various workplace injuries and illnesses will be presented highlight the importance of keeping good records. How tto maintain the records and the requirements to have written documentation of programs such as light duty policy. The course will also discuss how to collect data, how to use the data and how to analyze the data once collected.

Course Objective

The objective of the course is to train and educate attendees about the proper way to collect injury and illness data for the workplace; how to use and analyze the data; how to determine what information must be recorded and how to determine if your workplace is eligible or expempt from OSHA Injury and Illness Recordkeeping requirements

Course Outline

  • A complete description of how to fill out injury and illness reports
  • What constitutes an injury v. what constitutes first aid
  •  A discussion of filing reports, counting days away from work
  • The importance of restricted work policies
  • How to use the data collected
  • How to calculate incidence rates and compare your business to similar businesses like yours
  • Changes to the companies covered by the regulation and to the  reporting  requirements

Target Audience

  • Safety officers
  • Human resource personnel
  • Managers
  • Business owners
  • Risk Management  Personnel

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Training CD-DVD

Physical CD-DVD of recorded session will be despatched after 72 hrs on completion of payment

Recorded video

Recorded video session

Speaker: Kenneth S. Weinberg,

Dr. Kenneth S. Weinberg is an independent consultant located just south of Boston, MA. He has worked with a variety of companies regarding OSHA regulatory requirements and compliance with these regulations. He has also worked as the Director of Safety at Mass. General Hospital in Boston. Dr. Weinberg has served as the Administrator of the Health Care division of the American Society of Safety Engineers. He is an experienced lecturer and a published author of several scientific papers in juried research journals, and has written several books related to workplace safety requirements.

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