The purpose of this class is to examine the current OSHA recordkeeping standard as it relates to recording injuries and illnesses.
Understanding OSHA's definitions such as work environment, restriction, new and old cases, pre-existing and other important terms are key to recording accurately.
This instructor-led course will focus on understanding the standards, exemptions, and letters of interpretations so your recordkeeping personnel can report and record accurate information.
Key agenda topics include:
- Key recordkeeping dates
- OSHA definitions
- Work environment examples (parking lots, etc.)
- Working hours examples (breaks, etc.)
- First aid vs. treatment clarification
- More authoritative opinions
- Examining letters of interpretations
- Real life injury recording cases
- Updates to the standards