Cal-OSHA record keeping requirements are designed to help employers recognize workplace hazards and correct hazardous conditions by keeping track of work-related injuries and illnesses and their causes. During this workshop, the Cal-OSHA 300, 301, and 300A forms will be reviewed. Guidelines for reporting injuries and illnesses, and employees (full time, part time, temporary, contract, etc.) for whom reporting is required, will be discussed. The required retention, when records should be updated, and new Cal-OSHA regulations and policies will also be presented.
If you are a person with a disability and need an accommodation to participate, please contact the California JPIA training division by email, firstname.lastname@example.org, within two business days of the training date, noting that the Authority is closed on Fridays.
- Covered Employees
- Reporting Serious Injury, Illness or Death
- Retention and Updating
- What's New with Cal-OSHA
CalOSHA Title 8, Sections 14300 And 14300.48
Who Should Attend:
Employees Who Are Required To Submit An CalOSHA 300 Log