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OSHA Regulations: General Recordkeeping Training Course

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Master OSHA's Recordkeeping Rules for workplace safety, including key forms, timelines, and reporting rights.

15 minutes   |   SKU: AT093    |    Language(s): EN / ES / FR    |    Produced 2024




EN / ES / FR




15 minutes

Training Objectives

Familiarize yourself with OSHA's Recordkeeping Rule (29 CFR Part 1904)
Understand who is required to keep full health and safety records
Distinguish between "recordable" and "non-recordable" incidents
Learn how to fill out and submit Forms 300, 300A, and 301
Know your responsibilities regarding employee rights and government reporting

Course Overview

Under OSHA’s Recordkeeping Rule (29 CFR Part 1904), specific types of employers are required to maintain detailed records of workplace incidents to ensure a safer work environment. But what comes to mind when you hear "workplace safety records"? For many, it might seem like a tedious task to be checked off a list. But understanding and properly maintaining OSHA-mandated records is actually an essential part of maintaining the health and safety of both your workforce and employees across the United States.

Do you know the difference between a "recordable" and a "non-recordable" incident? Are you aware of the employee reporting rights that protect against discrimination? Or how much time you have to report a fatality? Ignorance isn't bliss when it comes to OSHA compliance, and it's important to know these details, not only to stay compliant but also to foster a culture of safety and transparency.

This course breaks down the complexities of OSHA’s Recordkeeping Rule. You'll learn about the criteria that determine what counts as a recordable incident, the key forms for incident reporting (Form 300, Form 300A, and Form 301), the timeline for filling out and submitting the appropriate forms, and employer responsibilities when it comes to employee reporting rights, transparency, as well as government data requests and submissions.

Whether you're in construction, healthcare, manufacturing, or any of the many industries required to comply with OSHA’s recordkeeping rule, this course is essential for understanding your responsibilities. Make your recordkeeping count; take this course to ensure you're fully compliant and keeping your employees as safe as possible.

This program is available with Spanish and French closed captions.

Compliance Standards & Regulations

This course references the standards and regulations listed below.

29 CFR Part 1904

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