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Top Ten Pitfalls in OSHA Recordkeeping and How to Avoid Them
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Occupational Safety & Health Webinar
Original Webinar Date: August 14, 2008
Do you know the most common OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping audit findings and how to prevent them?
Join us for a 90-minute expert panel discussion and Q&A session.
Why should I be concerned?
Without accurate injury and illness statistics, employers and workers are unable to identify and address safety and health hazards. Regulators are unable to assess safety trends. Employers who under-report or otherwise inaccurately record cases have received significant fines and penalties. Recent US Congressional hearings have also raised concerns about under-reporting of injuries and illnesses. It’s anticipated that injury and illness recordkeeping will receive increased scrutiny by OSHA, labor groups and industry.
Who Should Attend?
OSHA Recordkeepers, Safety & Health Pros, Physicians and Nurses, Human Resource Pros, Managers & Supervisors
How Will This Webinar Help Me?
You will gain an understanding of:
• The “Top 10” recordkeeping errors detected by experienced auditors.
• Systems and best practices for maintaining compliant records.
Steve Newell, Senior Consultant, ORC Worldwide
Author of the original OSHA Blue Book
Art Roede, ORC Consulting Service Consultant, Principal, Welwyn Associates, LLC
former DuPont Safety & Health Auditor/Manager
Tom Durbin, ORC Consulting Services Coordinator
former Corporate Director Safety and Workers Compensation, PPG Industries
Tom Rancour, ORC Consulting Service Consultant
President, Rancour & Associates, LLC
former Corporate Director, Safety and Environmental Operations , Honeywell International, Inc.