OSHA Form 300A, 300 and 301: Electronic Submission in 2023
If you are an employer with more than 10 employees, you may be required to maintain a record of serious work-related injuries and illnesses. Although there are certain low-risk industries that are exempted, it is important to know how OSHA classifies a high-risk injury and how it defines a recordable injury or illness. Employers, workers and OSHA use this information to evaluate the safety of your workplace. This information helps in understanding industry hazards and lay out basic requirements to implement worker protections, so workplace hazards can be reduced and eliminated and the future workplace injuries and illnesses can be prevented.
2022 saw many changes in health and safety and updates to OSHA Recordkeeping regulatory guidelines. This has created a lot of questions and concerns from companies about what this requirement means and what OSHA will do with this information in 2023. Join us this February to take away a basic understanding of what the OSHA Recordkeeping Requirements are and learn to navigate the complexities in filling out the OSHA Recordkeeping Forms.
This training will provide you with a comprehensive overview of what the updated OSHA 300 Log Recordkeeping Reporting Requirements are so that a beginner or a seasoned EHS Professional will have confidence in knowing how to fill these out quickly and correctly.
In addition, navigating the complexities of OSHA Recordkeeping can be challenging, even for the seasoned Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Professional. We will provide you with a basic review of OSHA Recordkeeping. We will also address the site-specific case scenarios questions and answers throughout the presentation.
Get Answers to
-How can you easily navigate the new OSHA 300 Log Electronic Reporting System?
-How to fill out the OSHA 300 Logs, including the OSHA 300, 300A, and 301 Forms?
-How to effectively determine work relatedness as it pertains to OSHA Recordkeeping?
-What is the difference between First Aid and Medical Treatment?
-The OSHA 300 Log Electronic Recordkeeping Requirements in 2023
-The best way to get started in implementing a comprehensive OSHA Recordkeeping Program at my site
-The best way to stay informed of ongoing changes in the OSHA Recordkeeping Requirements
-Some resources that can be helpful with OSHA Recordkeeping
We will Address
-Difficult site-specific OSHA Recordkeeping Scenarios
-Any site-specific questions or concerns
Who will Benefit
-Human Resources professionals
-Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Professionals
-Loss Prevention Managers
-Safety Committee Members
Joe Keenan is a highly experienced OSHA and Manufacturing
speaker on Clatid. He's also an experienced Environmental Health and Safety
(EHS) and Human Resources (HR) Professional and Management Consultant with over
26 years of experience. He received his Green Belt in Six Sigma/Lean
Manufacturing in 2005, Masters in Business Administration (MBA) with a Human
Resource Management Concentration in 2007, and Certified Safety Professional
(CSP) in 2011.
Joe had the pleasure of serving as Mississippi and Alabama Area
Director of the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) (term ended
6-30-21). He served on the OSHA Voluntary Protection Program Participants
Association (VPPPA) Region IV Board of Directors as a Director at Large from
2013-2015. Since 2002, He's been an OSHA General Industry and Construction
10/30-Hour Authorized Outreach Trainer (both renewed in 2020).