OSHA requires employer to keep track of the work related injuries and illnesses in the workplace, and keep an official log. This requirement inspires a lot of questions. Exactly when is an injury work related? When does it have to be reported to OSHA? How do I summarize and post the information? The OSHA Recordkeeping DVD will provide the answers to these questions, and teach you and your employees to maintain compliance with recordkeeping regulations.
OSHA Recordkeeping DVD Description
- The OSHA recordkeeping rules and regulations
- How to determine if an injury or illness is work related
- Difference between new and recurring cases
- How to fill out and maintain OSHA recordkeeping forms
- OSHA injury and illness annual summaries
- (1) OSHA Recordkeeping DVD - A complete DVD on OSHA recordkeeping requirements.
- Training Documentation - Download a leader guide, quiz, answer key, and certificate of completion.
- OSHA 29 CFR 1904 - Recording and Reporting Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
- Video - 35 minutes
- Test - About 20 minutes
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