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OSHA Recordkeeping for Managers and Supervisors Online Training Course

Course Overview

Introduction to OSHA Recordkeeping for Managers and Supervisors is an online training course that was specifically created to address OSHA’s training requirements under 29 CFR Part 1904. Topics covered include OSHA’s revamped recordkeeping system Part 1904, log of work-related Injuries and Illnesses, OSHA SIC codes, medical conditions, OSHA record audits and verification surveys, and more.

Learning Objectives

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

  • Fill out and update OSHA’s revised recordkeeping forms.
  • Keep better records with the revised forms.
  • Record information and identify information that should be recorded.
  • Identify and eliminate workplace hazards with the help of new record keeping systems.

Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • How documentation can make facilities safer and less hazardous.
    • The revisions to OSHA’s recordkeeping system, Part 1904.
  • Specific OSHA Forms
    • Form 300: the Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses.
    • OSHA Form 301 and 300A and how they can help you make decisions about safety programs.
    • Reviewing the Question and Answer format of OSHA recordkeeping as well as flowcharts and checklists.
    • Using OSHA forms to determine patterns and identify hazards in your facilities.
  • Proper Recordkeeping
    • Misconceptions about recordkeeping.
    • Determining which recordkeeping requirements apply to you.
    • Standard Industrial Classification codes from OSHA to categorize business establishments.
    • Using OSHA’s website to determine exemptions for your company.
    • Recognizing injuries that are “recordable”.
    • Examples and scenarios to help distinguish between medical conditions and work-related illness.
    • Proper procedures for investigating illnesses of employees.
    • Filling out form 300 properly.
    • Monitoring access to company injury and illness records.
    • Encouraging employee participation in the recordkeeping process.
    • Complying with other government agencies as well as OSHA standards.
    • Record retention and proper storage of records according to OSHA regulations.
    • How to respond to an audit and verification surveys.
    • State Plan OSHA programs.