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OSHA Recordkeeping Citations: Where Organizations Are Getting Cited, and Recent 1904 Standards Changes (DFSN75E)

Presented by: Jarred O'Dell
 
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60 minutes
  •  Tue, November 21, 2017
Event Description
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Updated OSHA Recordkeeping Standards and Their Effect on Your Organization

The OSHA 1904 recordkeeping standard has had many changes over the past few years, ranging from reportability criteria to the advent of electronic submission of records. It is vital that you learn the legal intent of the OSHA recordkeeping standard, and understand where organizations are getting cited in their 1904 recordkeeping practices.

Join this session with expert speaker Jarred O'Dell, CSP, who will look at the recent changes made to the OSHA 1904 recordkeeping rules standard. Jared will discuss the past and present requirements for when to report injuries to OSHA. He will present an up-to-date list of recordkeeping citations issued for 2017. He will also identify which organizations will be required to submit electronic records as well as the timelines for submission.

By attending this session, you will be able to implement solutions that will help your organization to better understand the changes in the OSHA recordkeeping requirements and benchmark your performance against the current OSHA recordkeeping citation trends for 2017. You will also be able to develop a plan for compliance with the electronic recordkeeping requirements going forward.

Session Highlights

  • Overview of the recent history of changes made to the OSHA 1904 recordkeeping standards
  • A past and present comparison of injury/illness reporting requirements
  • An up-to-date listing of the citations issued by OSHA for 1904 recordkeeping violations
  • A review of which organizations are required to submit electronic records
  • A timeline of when electronic submissions are required
  • An inside look at where organizations are getting cited for their 1904 recordkeeping practices

Who Should Attend

  • Safety managers, consultants, professionals
  • Human resources managers and directors
  • Human resources clerks involved in OSHA recordkeeping processes
  • Operations managers involved in OSHA recordkeeping processes
  • Safety committee members involved in recordkeeping processes
  • Construction safety officers
  • Project managers involved in OSHA recordkeeping processes
  • General contractors
  • Executive administrative assistants
  • Staff secretaries involved in OSHA recordkeeping processes
  • Organizational administrators
  • Safety consultants
  • OSHA compliance officers
  • Safety compliance officers
  • Safety trainers, inspectors, auditors
  • Any others involved in OSHA recordkeeping processes
About Our Speaker(s)

Jarred O'Dell
Jarred O'Dell is the Safety Director for Syracuse Utilities and an instructor at the OSHA Region II Education Center at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Jarred holds the credential of Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and is currently working on his doctorate in safety sciences at Indiana University of Pennsylv... More info

 
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