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Attending this webinar by expert speaker Joe Keenan will give you a clear understanding of your responsibility for the new electronic submittal process and ramifications to the employer.The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has changed elements of the 29 Code of Federal Regulation (CFR) 1904 to include electronic submittal of injury and illness data. OSHA believes this is a behavioral economic move to provide a  (see full course description)

 

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Objectives of the Presentation

Attend the session to know the answers to:


  • What does the final rule do?

  • How will the rule benefit workers?

  • Why is OSHA collecting the data and how will it be used?

  • Does the rule require employers to start keeping new records or change how the keep the records?

  • Why does OSHA address retaliation in this rule? Is in it already against the law to retaliate against an employee for reporting a workplace injury or illness?

  • How should an employer inform employees of their right to report work-related injuries and illness free from retaliation by their employer?

  • May an employer require post-incident drug testing for an employee who reports a workplace injury or illness?

  • Does the rule allow and employer to have an employee incentive program?

  • Does this rule apply to employers in State Plan states?

  • How can employers use this information to improve their own safety record?

  • Who must submit information electronically to OSHA under the final rule?

  • Are the electronic reporting requirements based on the size of the establishment or the size of the firm?

  • When do I have to submit data electronically to OSHA?

  • How should the data be submitted and how long will it take?

  • How will Personally Identifiable Information (PII) be protected?

Why Should you Attend

OSHA has been rushing out a series of proposed amendments to its Injury & Illness Recordkeeping regulations (29 C.F.R. Part 1904). Among them is a new final rule to "Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses," which will require hundreds of thousands of employers to electronically submit their injury and illness logs (and in many instances, their detailed incident reports also) each year. More importantly, for no apparent safety reason, OSHA intends to publish employers´ injury data and incident reports online.


Another rule working its way through the rulemaking process: "Continuing Duty to Maintain Up-to-Date and Accurate Injury & Illness Records," would impose a continuing duty on employers to update and maintain accurate injury and illness logs for the entire five year period for which the current regulation requires employers to keep copies of their OSHA 300 logs and related forms. Essentially, this proposal extends OSHA´s statute of limitations period during which OSHA is allowed to bring an enforcement action alleging a violation of the recordkeeping standard from six months from the day of the recordable injury to five years.


Participants will learn:


  • Details of OSHA´s new final rule to require submission of injury and illness recordkeeping data

  • Requirements of OSHA´s proposed rule to extend its recordkeeping statute of limitations

  • Potential impact of these two recordkeeping rules

  • Timing for implementation of both rules

Areas Covered


  • Understanding the new requirements for electronic injury and illness reporting

  • How to correctly fill out the OSHA 300, 301, and 300A logs

  • Understanding the compliance scheduling for all industries

  • Determining if you are a high-risk industry

  • Possible outcomes to this rule to business and industries

  • Tips for complying with all of 29 CFR 1904

  • 29 CFR 1904 review for the most cited violations of the standard

  • Compliance scheduling for the new rule

  • Detail review of the new rules

  • Tips for lowering Total Recordable Injury Rates (TRIR) and Days Away Restricted Transfer (DART) rates

  • A resource guidance for the standard


Seminar Summary:

Attending this webinar by expert speaker Joe Keenan will give you a clear understanding of your responsibility for the new electronic submittal process and ramifications to the employer.The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has changed elements of the 29 Code of Federal Regulation (CFR) 1904 to include electronic submittal of injury and illness data. OSHA believes this is a behavioral economic move to provide a  (see full course description)

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