OSHA Recordkeeping Training Program (2018)


OSHA Recordkeeping Training Program (2018)

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The Federal government made key revisions to OSHA recordkeeping rules that went into effect in 2017. These changes impact all industries. The revised rule also updates the list of industries that are exempt from the requirement to routinely keep OSHA injury and illness records.

Learn how to comply with OSHA recordkeeping requirements and understand the exemptions available to certain employers, such as:                    

  • Who must maintain OSHA injury and illness records
  • Definition of recordable injury or illness
  • What records must be kept and who may access them
  • How long records must be maintained
  • When and how to report to OSHA
  • Electronic records submission

This product is a two disk set that includes:

  • Employee training DVD (21:40)
  • Copy of the OSHA Recordkeeping Standard
  • OSHA Recordkeeping Forms
  • Overview of Updates to Rule
  • New Reporting Requirements
  • Establishments Required to Submit Electronic Records
  • Student Quiz and Answer Key to ensure the information was understood
  • Our 800 number with free support