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OSHA Recordkeeping for Employees Online Training Course

Course Overview

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Introduction to OSHA Record Keeping for Employees is an online training course that was specifically created to address OSHA’s training requirements under 29 CFR Part 1904. Topics covered include work-related injuries and illnesses, recordable medial issues under OSHA guidelines, musculoskeletal disorders, and more.

Learning Objectives

After successful completion of this OSHA compliant course, the student will be able to:

  • Understand OSHA’s recordkeeping rules.
  • Help maintain a safer workplace.
  • Participate in workplace recordkeeping to ensure safety for fellow coworkers.

Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • OSHA’s revamped recordkeeping system and how it makes workplaces safer.
    • OSHA data on a national level and how these record affect other workplaces.
    • Businesses that are exempt and employee classifications.
  • Recordkeeping
    • Defining “work-related” injuries and illnesses.
    • Recordable medical issues and how to identify them.
    • Specific scenarios to help employees differentiate between conditions.
    • Handling contaminations and contagious diseases in the workplace.
    • An overview of the most common recordable illness: Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs).
    • How to keep a proper MSD report, including the number of days a worker will be gone from work.
    • Potentially recordable injuries like lacerations, puncture wounds, burns, and more.
    • How to properly determine the severity of an injury.
    • The transmission of deadly diseases such as HIV.
    • Information on TB and the workers who are most at risk.
    • How to record these illnesses and injuries according to OSHA standards.
    • Information on the OSHA 300 “Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses”.
    • The length of time that record must be kept and stored.
  • Reporting workplace ailments
    • Keeping information for managers short and basic.
    • Determining exactly what happened in the event of an incident.
    • The length of time reporting can take, and the importance of patience.

 

 

 

 

 

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