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OSHA Recordkeeping & New Reporting Requirements

OSHA is expanding its requirements to electronically submit employee injury data through its Final Rule on Improving Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses. Nearly all providers are already required to maintain OSHA 300 Logs, Form 301, and Form 300A.  Employers have for the last several years submitted 300A summary data before March 2nd each year. The NEW requirement is for employers with 100 or more employees to electronically submit OSHA 300 logs and Form 301 (incident reports), in addition to the 300A summaries.  Old requirements, such as continuing to maintain COVID-19 Logs, the difference between workers’ compensation and OSHA, recordkeeping best practices, and other key reminders will be presented.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion, participants will be able to:

  • Determine the OSHA recordkeeping and reporting requirements pertaining to their operations.
  • Plan how to electronically submit OSHA 300 logs, 300A data, and Form 301s.
  • Evaluate their measures to comply with privacy concerns and public availability of information.
  • Avoid the mistakes, such as submitting alternatives to Form 301, that will not be accepted.
  • Review compliance of the broader recordkeeping rule
  • Recall FAQs and common OSHA recordkeeping citations.
  • Prepare to meet compliance deadlines.
Presenter: Brad Hunt, Chief Risk Officer at Leverity Insurance Group, Inc., an Acrisure Agency
AHCA Resources
  • Navigating OSHA Recordkeeping: Introduction, Insights, and NEW Regulation Continued (link).
  • How to Interact with an OSHA Inspector (link).
  • OSHA Compliance Roadmap (coming soon).
COST: $25 AHCA/NCAL Member
If you are not able to attend live, the recording will be provided to you. A certificate of attendance will be available after webinar.
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