"The handbook will be similar to the old 'blue book' except we envision an interactive program at www.osha.gov. We will also make the handbook available on CD-ROM and print a limited number of copies. We will also provide additional training for our staff and increase outreach on recordkeeping."
Recordkeeping help on the way
Look for OSHA to offer new tools to help employers understand its recordkeeping standard and to conduct their own audits of their records. In a recent speech, agency head John Henshaw reported, "We will be adding more FAQs to our Web site as well as developing a recordkeeping handbook.