OSHA Record-Keeping Compliance Webinar -
OSHA Safety Record KeepingTraining Webinar
Will your records pass an OSHA inspection?
According to experts, the No.1 area where companies like yours get slapped with
the most OSHA fines and penalties is record keeping. And it’s no wonder! Even
the most meticulous safety professionals often find themselves overwhelmed by
the paperwork and processes OSHA requires for the tiniest things. But it’s still
your responsibility to make sure your records can stand up to even the toughest
audits! And with OSHA penalties getting harsher all the time, you can’t afford
to make little mistakes — even unintentionally!
Get up-to-date FAST on strictly enforced OSHA record-keeping regulations.
This information-packed webinar will show you how to comply exactly with what
OSHA asks for … what makes an OSHA incident recordable … which record-keeping
mistakes inspectors penalize most often … and the specific facts you need to put
in your OSHA 300 Log. Enroll today and you’ll be confident that your records are
correct, current, and efficiently kept for when that OSHA inspector walks
through your door!
FREE BONUS FOR ALL ATTENDEES … 29 CFR 1904 Summary and Sample Forms
This summary highlights some of the key provisions of OSHA’s record keeping
rules and includes sample forms and a decision tree so that you have everything
you need to stay compliant with 29 CFR 1904. And best of all, it’s absolutely
FREE for attendees!
A Look At Your Agenda:
- The No.1 OSHA record-keeping violation … and
how to make sure your company doesn’t get nailed for it
- How the OSHA 300 Log trips up many managers,
and what you can do so you don’t get saddled with a costly citation
- A valuable 4-step action plan that you can use
to determine when an injury needs to be documented
- CAUTION! If you are exempt from OSHA Form 300,
you are not exempt from OSHA’s or the Bureau of Labor’s Survey Form — Find out
- How to show ”good faith“ in your OSHA records
so you’ll never get slapped with an expensive “willful” violation
- How your documentation techniques should
change between your OSHA 300 Log and the 301 Incident Report
- Which OSHA files you must make available to
employees … and the safest legal way to fulfill this requirement
- The only way you can safely — and legally —
handle a previously unrecorded incident you’ve just discovered
- Have you unknowingly made your company into an
OSHA target? Find out
- There are some injured employees’ names you
MUST NOT put on your Form 300. We’ll tell you who they are
- Documentation that could do more harm than
good if you add it to your OSHA files
- How to develop an “inspector’s eye” so you can
be sure you’re in compliance before an OSHA rep makes a surprise visit
Webinar Time: Webinars last 60-90 minutes
Q & A Session!
Upon enrolling in the webinar, you will have the opportunity to submit your
questions via e-mail. Time permitting, your trainer will address questions from
webinar participants. Many questions will be addressed in the Webinar itself.
Others will be addressed in the supporting materials that will be available
exclusively to webinar participants.
Your confirmation will be delivered via e-mail, so an e-mail address is
required for registration.
Within 2-3 business days after registering for a National Seminars Training
webinar, you’ll receive an email with specific instructions, a Web link, and a
unique enrollment ID that you’ll use to connect to the webinar.