OSHA Recordkeeping for Employees
For agencies to have the information they need to correct problems and assure the safety of their employees, they are required to comply with Cal-OSHA. This information enables Cal-OSHA to identify injury and illness hazards that exist in multiple industries and prompts the passage of specific laws designed to control or eliminate these hazards.
This course teaches employees about Cal-OSHA Recordkeeping Rule, what it is, why it is important, and how it affects their employer and safety. Geared toward general employees, hourly workers, laborers, seasonal employees and others in non-management positions, this course teaches learners how and why to record injuries and illnesses. The course demonstrates practices to create records that are readable, usable, effective, and compliant. Use this course to show all employees how to contribute to the recordkeeping process and help keep the workplaces safe.
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- The OSHA Recordkeeping Rule
- Work Related Injuries and Illnesses
- Recordable Work Related Injuries and Illnesses
- OSHA Recordkeeping Forms
- Reporting Injuries and Illnesse
Who Should Attend:
Work Comp Administrators, Risk Managers, HR Managers, Safety Supervisors