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Are you current on OSHA Recordkeeping and Reporting, especially the new COVID and electronic reporting requirement?

October 1, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am PDT


OSHA Recordkeeping and Reporting requirements are not straightforward and sometimes confusing.  COVID and electronic reporting are new OSHA requirements along with other updates.  We are offering you to learn from an expert in this series of webinars helping you understand the entire OSHA reporting process. Get a head start from this series, as 2020 OSHA reports will need to be posted next February.

Part 1: OSHA 300 Log and what is a recordable injury

October 1st (Thursday) 10:00AM PT  60 minutes

Presenter: Drew Kertzman, CSP and Safety and Health Technical Specialist, Labor and Industries’ Division of Safety and Health

This session is interactive learning and we will start with the OSHA300 Log.

  • Purpose of keeping injury and illness records
  • How to determine record-ability

NOTE: You will receive worksheets in the confirmation email.  Reviewing the worksheets before the session will familiarize you with Part 1 activities and where you can ask relevant questions during the webinar.

Next in this series will be:
Part 2 October 6th covering the OSHA 300A form.
Part 3 October 7th covering; Electronic Reporting Rules, COVID reporting, and Ask-the-Expert, an open Q&A on any OSHA 300 questions.


October 1, 2020
10:00 am - 11:00 am PDT


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