This course objective is to provide both employees and employers with information on how to properly complete the accident reports, OSHA forms and OSHA Recordkeeping information they will need to remain in compliance with the Recordkeeping Standard. Employers and employees who understand why this data is necessary and how it is used are better equipped to utilize the information to reduce workplace injuries and illnesses.
29 CFR 1904
- Training Objectives
- What is OSHA Recordkeeping?
- What is the Effect of Workers’ Compensation on OSHA Records?
- Partial Exemptions
- OSHA Forms
- Recording Form Requirements
- Recording Criteria
- Determination of Work-relatedness
- Exceptions to Recording Requirements
- Pre-existing Conditions
- Work-related Travel: Travel Status
- Working From Home
- Medical Treatment VS. First Aid
- Old Cases
- Completing the 300 Log
- 300A Form