OSHA recordkeeping

Assuring a safer tomorrow starts with keeping accurate records. We understand that compliance with OSHA recordkeeping can seem complicated. That’s why we offer a course that covers everything you need to know to stay compliant. Presented by an OSHA representative, we’ll provide an overview of recordkeeping guidelines and the new electronic posting requirements. You’ll also learn:

  • Techniques for organizing your OSHA 300 report, 300A summary and 301 injury and illness incident report.
  • The difference between “reporting” an injury and “recording” an injury.
  • What is considered “first aid.”
  • TCIR and DART rate calculations.