A program covering OSHA’s New National Emphasis Program on Recordkeeping
Brought to you by
The Wisconsin Safety Council in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Labor-OSHA, Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene, and Wisconsin Department of Commerce
DATES & LOCATIONS
2013 courses will be announced next Fall
OSHA’s Recordkeeping Standard ensures that companies track and report incidents, so they’re less likely to repeat them. And the Wisconsin Safety Council’s Recordkeeping Compliance course helps you learn to comply with the standard in your own facility. During this program, we’ll walk you through the key elements of the standard, and show you how to make it part of an effective safety program. The recordkeeping portion will discuss the OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping requirements; coverage and partial exemption; recordkeeping forms and recording criteria; determination of work relatedness; and additional information required to be compliant with the recordkeeping standard. An OSHA Update discusses what’s new with the agency; ARRA enforcement; combustible dust, and much more. Get answers to all your OSHA questions.
- An update on OSHA’s Recordkeeping rule how to record hearing loss and Musculoskeletal Disorder (MSD)
- Recent injury and illness form changes
- Future OSHA recordkeeping updates
- The latest OSHA interpretations
- The compliance directive published by OSHA
- Actual hands-on workshops
- Logging lost time/restricted time/job transfer cases learning exactly how to log “privacy cases”
- Determination if a case is recordable or not recordable
- Completing the OSHA form 300A
- Determining your “DART” rate
- Worker’s compensation injury recording and reporting
- Time allotted for your recordkeeping questions.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This program is a must for personnel responsible for recording injuries and illnesses and maintaining lost-time records.
LEARN HOW GOOD RECORDKEEPING CAN HELP YOU
- Measure the effectiveness of your safety program
- Identify high-risk areas and procedures
- Get management to support safety initiatives
- Keep employees informed and motivate them to work more safely
Attendees will leave this course with the in-depth knowledge for accurate OSHA recordkeeping. Obtain the critical information you need to improve worker safety and stay in complete compliance with OSHA regulations. Effective recordkeeping is just as important as safety training and PPE when it comes to avoiding workplace injuries and illnesses. It gives you a solid foundation for a successful, well-managed safety program. OSHA’s Recordkeeping Standard ensures that companies track and report incidents, so they’re less likely to repeat them. We’ll walk you through the key elements of the standard, and show you how to make it part of an effective safety program.
Representatives from the U.S. Department of Labor – OSHA Offices in Madison, Milwaukee, Eau Claire and Appleton.
Registration/Networking: 8:00 – 8:30 am
Course: 8:30 am – 12:30 pm (lunch not included)
WSC/WMC Member $150; Non-Member $150
Course materials included.
MOST MUST POST OSHA LOG SUMMARY FEB. 1 – APRIL 30
A reminder that if you employ more than ten people, you must post a summary (OSHA Form 300A) of your 2009 OSHA recordkeeping log, from February 1 – April 30. On the summary form, list total number of injury and illness cases, days away from work, days of restrictions or job transfers, and types of injuries and illnesses that occurred in 2009 and were recorded on the log. Be sure to include the date and establishment information in the appropriate spots. If you had no injuries or illnesses, you’re still required to post the form, with zeros on the total line. The summary must be certified by a company executive and posted in a common area where you typically display notices to employees. For details about recordkeeping requirements, see http://www.osha.gov/recordkeeping/index.html.
CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS (CEUs)
Attend this course and earn .40 CEUs from the Wisconsin Safety Council.
Registration confirmations will be mailed. Pre-registration is required.
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Contact Information, Forms and Logistics
Mail: Wisconsin Safety Council, PO Box 352, Madison, WI 53701-0352
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