OSHA Recordkeeping for 2015: Beyond the OSHA 300 Summary

Instructor: David A Casavant
Product ID: 703492
  • Duration: 90 Min

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This webinar will focus on the OSHA recordkeeping requirements. Attendees will learn how to ensure compliance with these regulations and avoid OSHA citations and fines.

Why Should You Attend:

Most U.S. based organizations have a responsibly to complete specific injury and illness recordkeeping forms as mandated by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). The problem with these forms is that they are usually filled out incorrectly. Over-recording, under-recording and violations of privacy are common mistakes made by organizations and these critical mistakes will result in OSHA citations and fines.

OSHA injury and illness documentation has been a recent focus of the agency and the government is so serious about recordkeeping reports that it recently launched a National Emphasis Program (NEP) to target bad performers. In fact, last year OSHA sent out over 15,000 warning letters to organizations with elevated injury rates.

This webinar will help attendees to be prepared and compliant with these often confusing injury and illness recordkeeping rules.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • OSHA recordkeeping violation and how to make sure your company doesn’t get nailed for it
  • What injuries and illnesses must be recorded and why it’s critical to avoid “over-reporting”
  • How the OSHA 300 Log trips up many managers, and what one can do so one doesn’t get saddled with a costly citation
  • A valuable 4-step action plan that one can use to determine when an injury needs to be documented
  • Why you are exempt from OSHA Form 300, but you are not exempt from OSHA’s or the Bureau of Labor statistics’ survey form
  • Five common recordkeeping mistakes that you are probably making
  • How to show “good faith” in your OSHA records so you’ll never get slapped with an expensive “willful” violation
  • How your documentation techniques should change between your OSHA 300 Log and the 301 Incident Report
  • How HIPAA views OSHA recordkeeping and what privacy mechanisms are required
  • Which OSHA injury and illness documents must be made available to employees (and their representatives) and which are off-limits

Who Will Benefit:

  • Safety Managers
  • HR Managers
  • Facility Managers
  • Risk Managers
  • Safety Professionals
  • Loss Prevention Managers
  • Business Owners
  • In-house Attorneys
  • Insurance loss control advisors
  • Consultants
  • Physicians and Nurses

Instructor Profile:

David Casavant, CFM, LEED AP is the Executive Director of the Sustainable Workplace Alliance, a 501(c)(3) not‐for‐profit organization dedicated to Health and Safety in the workplace. He is known for his common sense solutions for complex compliance issues.

He is an authorized OSHA 500 and 501 trainer and in 2007, 2008 and 2010 his organization was awarded the prestigious Susan Harwood training grant from OSHA. He has been a featured speaker at World WorkPlace, American Management Association, Rockhurst University, NeoCon, SkillTV, Total Facility Management Forum and the NFM&T conference. Additionally, Mr. Casavant has written hundreds of business related articles. His articles can be found in a number of trade publications including the Facility Management Journal, Buildings, PlantServices, SkillTV and Building Operating Management.

In 2013 The Sustainable Workplace Alliance was awarded a Hazardous Materials Transportation training grant from the DOT / PHMSA and David led the initiative to provide no‐cost training to hazmat professionals in 27 cities across the country.

Mr. Casavant was awarded the 2003 International Facility Managers Association’s “Distinguished Author” award for his latest book entitled Emergency Preparedness for Facilities – A Guide to Safety Planning and Business Continuity. This prestigious award was presented to Mr. Casavant at IFMA’s World WorkPlace 2003 in Dallas, Texas (USA).

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