|Believe it or not, more than half of the companies that OSHA inspected in the past year were cited for recordkeeping violations.
And while it seems that though most organizations ARE filling out the forms, they're just not doing it correctly. Unfortunately for these organizations, they paid millions of dollars in fines.
To make matters worse, OHSA recently made changes to the Injury Recordkeeping Standard, so even if you did it correctly in the past, you might not in the future. Not understanding this Standard can result in even more citations and fines. Even simple mistakes in filling out the required forms can result in big fines.
But you CAN avoid these problems! This session will simplify and clarify the recordkeeping regulations that can be difficult to understand. Our expert speaker, with many years of experience in dealing with OSHA regulations, will help you get a good handle on what OSHA requires of employers and will provide simple methods you can use to ensure OSHA compliance.
This training session will focus on the OSHA Recordkeeping Standard and its often-confusing rules for classifying injuries, and then address some of the most common mistakes companies make in filling out their OSHA logs.
By attending, you will learn:
- The five most common mistakes companies make when filling out their logs – and how to avoid them!
- Which information you are required to collect by OSHA
- Deciding what to do with the information from your incident reports
- Setting up an incident reporting system that will make sure your logs are correct
- Understanding the difference between "reporting" an injury and "recording" an injury
- What to expect in the new quarterly electronic reporting of injury data
About Your Speaker:
Michael Lawrence is principal of Summit Safety Technologies based in Long Beach, California. Lawrence is an accomplished safety manager, technical trainer, and instructional designer, and has been training adult workers and safety professionals for many years. He is a frequent speaker and is recognized for his expert knowledge of safety regulations, safety management systems, business continuation planning, emergency preparedness, and quality management systems.
Lawrence's experience includes over 16 years in safety and technical training in the semiconductor manufacturing industry and 14 years Naval Aviation experience in aircraft maintenance, electronics technology, safety, and quality assurance. His military contributions resulted in several awards, including the Navy Achievement Medal, and numerous awards from the Navy League of the United States for his volunteer work as a Commanding Officer with the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps. Lawrence's volunteer work also includes 10 years as a CPR &First Aid Instructor Trainer for the American Red Cross.
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