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Fundamentals of OSHA Injury and Illness Recordkeeping with Key Interpretations

Instructor: Bill Taylor
Product ID: 701910
  • Duration: 80 Min

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This OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping webinar will explain how to determine work relatedness and determine which cases are recordable on the OSHA form 300. It will also explain key and recent OSHA recordkeeping interpretations.

Why Should You Attend:

Most employers are required to maintain injury and illness records but doing so can be a daunting task due to the challenge of understanding OSHA’s recordkeeping procedures.

This easy to follow presentation explains how to determine work relatedness and decide which cases should be recorded on the OSHA form 300. It also explains difficult to understand concepts of recordkeeping such as distinguishing new from previous cases, “significant aggravation”, “and geographic presumption” and other commonly misunderstood recordkeeping concepts.

The presentation also will include several key and new OSHA recordkeeping interpretations.

Learning objectives:

  • How to determine work relatedness
  • How to determine recordability
  • How to complete and maintain the OSHA Form 300

Areas Covered in the Seminar:

  • What employers are required to maintain OSHA injury and illness records?
  • How to complete the OSHA Form 300.
  • Maintaining the OSHA Form 300.
  • Posting the OSHA Form 300A.
  • Employee Access to records.
  • How to determine what cases are work related.
  • How to determine recordability.
  • Concepts such as:
    • Geographic presumption
    • Significant aggravation
    • New cases versus old cases
  • New and Key Interpretations

Who Will Benefit:

  • Company Safety and Health Professionals
  • Plant nurses
  • Recordkeepers
  • Supervisors and managers
  • Company records auditors
  • Business owners
  • Risk Managers
  • HR Managers
  • Safety Managers
  • Nurses
  • Physicians
  • Facility Managers
  • In-house Attorneys

Instructor Profile:

Bill Taylor, began his professional safety and health career over thirty-three years ago as a corporate safety and health director in the tobacco processing industry. He left private industry for the City of Durham, North Carolina where he managed the City’s safety and health system for 3,500 full-time, part-time, and temporary employees for nearly nine years. In 1988 he began working as a consultant with ELB & Associates in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, eventually forming, along with his two partners, the consulting firm of Coble, Taylor & Jones Safety Associates.

He is a certified safety professional and professional member of the American Society of Safety Engineers since 1980. Bill is also past president of the North Carolina Chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers, past president of the North Carolina Association of Local Governmental Employee Safety Officials, and past chairman of the Mid-State Safety Council located in central North Carolina.

He is a veteran of the U.S. Coast Guard with a degree in manufacturing engineering from Wilson Technical Institute. He has also completed coursework at North Carolina State University and the University of Alabama. Bill is a frequent speaker at state, national and international events and conferences and has authored award-winning articles on various safety and health topics. Bill is also the author of Effective Environmental, Health and Safety Management Using the Team Approach (John Wiley & Sons, Inc. August, 2005).

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