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OSHA Reporting & You

Jul 23, 2021

 

When it comes to OSHA reporting, there are many details to remember and requirements to address. Not complying with them can be an expensive mistake for your company. Join Zach Pucillo, CSP, CHMM, KPA’s environmental health and safety team supervisor, as he guides you through OSHA’s injury and illness reporting requirements so you can be confident when submitting your annual OSHA report this March. ( Recorded February 25, 2021)

  • Discuss the importance of recordkeeping and why companies must maintain OSHA injury and illness reports.
  • Explain who needs to comply with recordkeeping and electronic submission requirements, and who might be exempt from recording injuries and illnesses.
  • Define what a reportable case is and develop ability to determine if a case needs to be recorded.
  • Review the process of properly completing OSHA recordkeeping forms.

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