Thursday, January 11th, 2024
8:30 am - 10:00 am
OSHA Recordkeeping and Reporting Overview
Are you confused about OSHA’s recordkeeping rule and the various requirements for recording, reporting, and electronic submission of injury and illness data? Many employers are required to maintain OSHA Injury and Illness records as well as post them in the workplace beginning on February 1st. This outreach will cover what organizations fall under OSHA recordkeeping requirements, how to complete the forms, what types of injury and illness incidents must be recorded, and what information to include on the forms. We will also provide an overview of what cases must be reported to OSHA, and what information employers are required to electronically submit to OSHA.
Pat Hagge, Sr. Risk Control Advisor, Flood and Peterson
Allison Fultineer, Sr. Risk Control Advisor, Flood and Peterson
*Approved for Pinnacol Safety Group Credit.*