OSHA Record Keeping and Reporting Requirements


OSHA has finalized new rules which mandate reporting of serious injuries, workplace OSHA log data while setting some limits and new expectations with regards to safety incentive programs, drug & alcohol testing, and establishes new employee anti-retaliation / whistleblower protections. This webinar will cover the new and existing record keeping and reporting requirements as well as related insights on other proposed regulations.

The U.S. Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) is aggressively setting and enforcing new injury and illness record keeping and reporting requirements while also expanding coverage to include some industries which were previously partially exempted. In an environment when OSHA is almost doubling its civil penalty amounts and collaborating with the Department of Justice increase focus on criminal prosecutions, it is ever more critical for employers to understand how record keeping and reporting requirements may pose significant risks to their business and operations.

Not fully understanding new and existing OSHA record keeping and reporting requirements may ultimately catch some employers blindsided with new risks, particularly considering that another new OSHA regulation requires that employers maintain accurate records for 5 years. This webinar will provide information which will help minimize the likelihood and severity of related citations.

Learning Objectives 

  • Overview of OSHA’s record keeping requirements
  • Overview of existing and new requirements for injury reporting such as hospitalization(s), amputation(s), and loss of eye injuries
  • Learn which industries will be newly covered by record keeping and reporting requirements
  • Understand when and how to keep OSHA Logs
  • OSHA enforcement policies and procedures
  • Most common violations and how to avoid them
  • Record keeping and reporting on multi-employer worksites
  • Differentiate between First Aid, Recordable, and Days Away/Restricted/Transferred cases
  • Address participant specific questions and “special circumstances”

Who Will Benefit from this Webinar

  • Company officers and executives
  • Operations and maintenance personnel
  • Human Resources personnel
  • Manufacturing supervisors and managers
  • Construction supervisors and managers
  • Regulatory compliance managers
  • Safety and health professionals
  • Small businesses in manufacturing or construction
  • Anyone interested in OSHA compliance or occupational safety and health issues

Presenters Gabe Sierra

small GabeGabe Sierra is the founder and President of Prometrix Consulting. Prior to founding Prometrix Gabe was Chief of Staff for OSHA. During his tenure as a senior member of the Assistant Secretary’s management team he helped lead a decline in the injury / illness and fatality rates to the lowest levels in the nation’s history. With more than 20 years of industry and government experience, he has extensive professional expertise in industrial engineering and construction, OSHA regulatory management, manufacturing, and process manufacturing technology development. He possesses 7 utility patents and holds a BS in Electrical Engineering and MBA in Finance.

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