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OSHA Recordkeeping Guidelines

OSHA's New Recordkeeping Rules

OSHA's new rules on injury and illness recordkeeping went into effect January 1, 2002. There are significant changes in the definitions for medical treatment, restricted work, work-related and the timeliness of filling out the forms. Changes include:

  • Preparing food for personal consumption
  • Personal grooming on the premises
  • Commuting to and from work
  • Counting calendar days
  • Use of a non-prescription medicine in prescription strength
  • Butterfly bandages
  • Hot and cold therapy
  • Drilling hematomas
  • And a whole lot more!

There are also three new forms to fill out. The OSHA 300, the 300A and the 301. The big change is that your ranking manager will be required to sign the summary at the end of the year certifying that the log is correct in its entirety.

This one day OSHA recordkeeping seminar will cover the changes in Part 1904 - the new standard - and those rules that will not change.

Course Contents:

  • Introduction to The New Standard
  • Changes in the New Rules
  • Filling out the New Forms
    • Recordkeeping requirements
    • OSHA standards for recordkeeping
    • BLS and OSHA interpretations
    • Workplace relationships
    • Medical and first aid treatment
    • Citation and penalty trends
    • Class exercises

    You will receive a manual with the new rules, the new forms and guidance materials.

    Attendee Comments:

    —— “Exceeded all expectations! Wonderful instructor — I have been in industrial nursing for two years. This is the first course I have taken on Recordkeeping. It was MOST helpful”

    Joyce M. Hanell

    ——“Super instructor, extremely knowledgeable, exudes confidence and enthusiasm for subject matter.”

    Samuel M. Pulcrano, U.S. Postal Service, Washington, DC

    ——“Exceeded expectations. excellent instructor with thorough background and knowledge of subject.”

    Vickie Smith, Pulaski Furniture, Pulaski, VA

    For information about bringing this course to your location, contact us via e-mail or call (919) 466-7506.

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