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The Basics of OSHA Recordkeeping

Dec 01, 2022

Sponsored by Vector Solutions


Sponsored by Vector Solutions. Are your company’s OSHA recordkeeping logs accurate? Are you overreporting or under recording workplace injuries or illness? Are you struggling with OSHA’s electronic recording requirements? With so many rules and classifications, maintaining accurate OSHA recordkeeping logs is often a struggle for even the best EHS managers. Gain practical guidance on how to successfully complete these document and post injury information to the agency’s electronic recordkeeping website.

What You Will Learn

  • Explain OSHA 300, 300A and 301 recordkeeping logs
  • Identify which employers are required to maintain these records
  • Gain better understanding of when to record or report an injury or illness to OSHA
  • Review data from the OSHA recordkeeping logs to calculate incident rate benchmarks

Danielle Goddard, Product Marketing Manager, Vector Solutions
Danielle Goddard is product marketing manager for Vector EHS Management, a leading safety management software. She has a strong background in safety management systems and helps customers create OSHA recordkeeping data and logs.


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