Human resources and safety expert Michele A. Mathews will explain which employee incidents and accidents to record and share detailed instructions for completing the forms. You will learn how to comply with OSHA’s recordkeeping requirements.
What You'll Learn
- In which industries must employers submit OSHA 300 logs?
- How many OSHA 300 logs and 300A summary forms do you need?
- What are the differences between reportable, recordable, and non-recordable?
- How should you document privacy cases?
- When is a sharps log required?
- How should you complete the OSHA 300 log and 300A summary form?
- What documents must you retain?
- How do the March 30, 2022 requirements affect your organization?
Who Should Attend?
APPROVAL AND VALIDITY
- 1.0 HRCI, 1.0 SHRM
- Certificate of Attendance
- All resources and training materials
- Founder of Mathews’ HR & Safety Consulting
- Previously Director of Corporate Human Resources and Corporate Risk Mitigation and Safety Compliance Officer for a mid-sized senior living organization
- Worked as a Safety and HR Manager for twelve years in the General Industry and Commercial Construction Industry
- OSHA Authorized Trainer
- Authorized BLS, CPR, AED, and FA Trainer for the American Red Cross
- ALF Core Certified
- Professional Human Resources (PHR) certification
- Society for Human Resources Management Certified Professional (SHRM-CP)
- AA in Psychology
- BA in Human Resources Management
- Enrolled in an MBA program with a concentration in Human Resources Management