2013 OSHA Injury and Illness Recordkeeping: Finalizing Your Data & Preparing for Posting
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If you thought injury and illness recordkeeping and reporting was complicated in the past, get ready for some new challenges. OSHA is turning up the heat on its recordkeeping rule with increased enforcement efforts, a proposed recordkeeping modernization rule involving radical changes to data collection requirements, and plans for an eventual Injury and Illness Prevention Program (I2P2) standard.
More specifically, winding through the promulgation process right now is OSHA's notice of proposed rulemaking on recordkeeping modernization (1218-AC49), which seeks to change the frequency and manner of reporting for many employers.
Also, a final rule on injury and illness recording and reporting requirements (1218-AC50) is on the horizon. That rule would update reporting requirements so that all in-patient hospitalizations and work amputations would need to be reported within 8 hours and 24 hours, respectively. It would also transition industry codes from the Standard Industrial Classification to the North American Industry Classification System.
Safety professionals need to make sure that their existing programs and systems are compliant and that their existing systems are robust enough to address the future requirements to come.
Join us for an in-depth webinar where you and your colleagues will learn:
- The main components of the existing injury and illness recordkeeping rule
- Key recordkeeping documents including Forms 300, 300A, and 301
- Required posting and record retention requirements associated with injury and illness recordkeeping and reporting
- The proposed recordkeeping modernization rule and what changes will likely occur
- OSHA's plans for I2P2 and the expected implications
- A review of recordable incident criteria and scenarios
- Actionable steps to take for achieving and maintaining compliance with existing and proposed regulations in a very dynamic environment
- Strategies and systems that will allow companies to be more efficient, cost effective, and compliant going forward
About your presenters :
Melissa McCaffrey is a marketing communications manager at MSDSonline and the editor of the of MSDSonline SafetyCounts newsletter. In addition to writing about regulatory compliance issues affecting EH&S professionals, she also creates and delivers presentations on topics related to OSHA's HazCom 2012 and Recordkeeping standards, as well as manages the company's speaking and tradeshow program.
P.J. Schoeny is the product manager of Incident Management and Workplace Training for MSDSonline. In addition to researching and positioning these products' in the wide EH&S market, he also manages the Support Blog for MSDSonline's MSDS Management tools, and coordinates Customer Voice initiatives that drive strategy and development. He has more than 8 years of experience in supporting and developing SaaS tools for health &safety professionals.
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