Incident Reporting - What OSHA Reviews - OSHA
OSHA is currently focusing its compliance
enforcement efforts on one of the most critical requirements: incident
reporting. It's essential that you properly document a work-related injury or
illness and retain the necessary records, or you'll risk hefty fines and other
Incident Reporting: What OSHA Reviews is a course that will get you up-to-date
on everything you need to know to when it comes to reporting and reviewing
recordkeeping and record retention best practices. Learn how to avoid reporting
mistakes and how to appropriately deal with an OSHA violation.
A Look At Your Agenda:
- What incidents MUST you report to OSHA?
- The 7 details you must share when reporting an
- A major mistake many organizations make when
reporting an incident to OSHA — and how to avoid it
- Why everything that’s OSHA recordable isn’t
always OSHA reportable
- What will bring an OSHA review to your
doorstep and how to respond
- Why an “Opening Conference” is the tip-off as
to what OSHA wants to review and how to use it to respond accordingly
- Identify your organization’s “DART Rate” and
how OSHA uses it
- #1 FREE resource that will tell you exactly
what a compliance officer will look for
- How a poorly written compliance plan will
result in a wall-to-wall inspection and how to fix it
- How discussing the “gravity of the violation”
can help you minimize the impact of an OSHA review
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.
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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.