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OSHA Recordkeeping: An Insight of Current and Future Rules (MFGO51V)

Presented by: Sheldon Primus
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Pre Recorded Webinar
60 minutes
  •  Wed, January 20, 2016
Event Description
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Get a Complete View of the New OSHA Recordkeeping Rules, Avoid Mistakes That May Cause Thousand of Dollars in Fines or Additional Worker's Compensation Cost to Your Company

Several workplaces confuse worker's compensation with OSHA recordkeeping rules. Many companies are risking OSHA violation because they follow just the worker's compensation requirements for recordkeeping. However, each miss-recorded incident can adversely affect the Total Recordable Injury Rates (TRIR) or Days Away, Restricted, or Transfer (DART) rates. If you are doing the same, these mistakes can cost thousands of dollars in fines or additional worker's compensation cost to your company.

Join this webinar by expert speaker Sheldon Primus, a Certified Occupational Safety Specialist, to get a complete view of the new OSHA recordkeeping rules. Understand important recordkeeping terminologies such as Total Recordable Injury Rates (TRIR) and Days Away, Restricted, or Transfer (DART) rates, as well as review the many letters of interpretations based on OSHA's 29 CFR 1904.

This session can be an eye opening experience for you as to what does and does not get recorded in the OSHA 300 log. It will erase many misconceptions and enhance your knowledge on OSHA requirements. Plus, you will get recordkeeping tools and tips to avoid fines, such as the $83,200 fine to Ashley Furniture in July 2015 for failure to report an injury. (

Session Highlights:

  • OSHA regulations regarding recordkeeping
  • The meaning and significant of Total Recordable Injury Rates (TRIR)
  • The meaning and significant of Days Away, Restricted, or Transfer (DART) rates
  • The steps to deciding what goes on the OSHA 300, 301, and 300A logs
  • Posting requirements for injury records
  • OSHA's interactive tools for reporting injuries
  • OSHA letter of interpretations regarding recordkeeping
  • OSHA citations for not reporting or improperly reporting injuries

Key Benefits

  • Get tools to avoid an OSHA recordkeeping violation
  • Gain an understanding of the 29 CFR 1904 regulations
  • Get information and understanding of the new and upcoming recordkeeping regulations
  • Derive knowledge of how TRIR and DART rates can help you be competitive for job bids
  • Gain knowledge on how to calculate and record TRIR and DART rates
  • Use tools to lower worker's compensation cost, by correctly recording injuries

Who should attend?

  • CEO or Company Executive
  • Compliance & Safety Officer
  • Director of Risk Management
  • Director of Human Resources
  • Regulatory Compliance Agent
  • Risk Advisor-Insurance Companies
  • General Contractors
  • Medical Facility Managers
  • Maintenance Foremen
  • Shift Leads
About Our Speaker(s)

Sheldon Primus, Manufacturing Regulations ExpertSheldon Primus
Sheldon Primus is a Certified Occupational Safety Specialist with a Masters of Public Administration with a concentration in Environmental Policy. He is a trainer for the Certified Occupational Safety Specialist program of the Alliance Safety Council-Baton Rouge, LA.  Mr. Primus is also an adjunct instructor for F... More info

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