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OSHA Recordkeeping Training

When there has been an illness or injury related to your workplace, the last thing you want is to be caught without documentation of the incident. This is why, as of 1970, you as an employer have been obligated to prepare and maintain records of all occupational injuries and illnesses. OSHA mandated this recordkeeping in order to protect employees with lasting injuries or illnesses. This recordkeeping also protects your company from fines, penalties, and legal action due to inaccurate record keeping. When your records are compliant, everyone involved is ensured fair treatment in the event of an illness or injury.

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Hey Atlantic Training, our recordkeeping is pretty air tight. Why do we need your OSHA recordkeeping training programs?

Although you hope you’ll never get audited or inspected by OSHA, it could mean double the penalties if your recordkeeping is proven inadequate for a workplace injury. When it comes to the health and safety of employees, OSHA takes recordkeeping extremely seriously. In this instance, it’s better to be over-prepared in your recordkeeping training. Adhering to the standardized OSHA recordkeeping format is the bare minimum in cases like this. With our training, you and your employees will have thorough knowledge on all recordkeeping aspects, ensuring everyone is protected in the case of illness or injury.