New OSHA Rule: Electronic Reporting Requirements

Webinar: ID# 1022990
Recorded On-Demand
About This Course:
There are BIG changes in the requirements to report OSHA injuries. Namely:
  • For calendar year 2016, employers with over 250 employees (and 20 or more employees in certain high-risk industries) will be required to electronically submit their OSHA 300A Summary form to OSHA
  • Starting with calendar year 2017, employers will be required to submit ALL of their injury recordkeeping forms (300 Log, 300A Summary, and 301 Investigation Report) to OSHA
  • There also is a new rule containing specific instructions on how your workplace injury reporting procedures must be written
It is critical that employers understand these new requirements, as much of this injury information submitted to OSHA will be made available to the public on the OSHA website.

Learning Objectives

This training session covers the new OSHA recordkeeping requirements listed above.

It provides participants with the tools, skills, and knowledge to make the correct recordkeeping and reporting decisions, and is particularly important in light of the new regulations on electronic reporting of injury forms to OSHA rather than just keeping this information internal to your organization.

By attending, you will learn:
  • Requirements of the new electronic reporting of injury data
  • Phase-in dates for the new requirements
  • Which OSHA forms must be made available to employees
  • What needs to be recorded – and what forms to use
  • How to identify work-related incidents & the general reporting criteria
  • A simple process to determine when an injury needs to be documented
  • Pre-existing conditions and how they might impact recordkeeping
  • The latest recordkeeping interpretations from OSHA
  • How to avoid the #1 OSHA recordkeeping violation
  • Definitions of first aid, medical treatment, and work relationship
  • Dealing with injuries of independent contractors & temporary workers
  • Understanding the difference between "reporting" an injury and "recording" an injury
  • What the new rule says you must do to in regards to your injury reporting procedures and to inform employees of their right to report work-related injuries
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