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November 23 @ 7:30 am - 11:30 am$80 – $140
November 23, 2020 / 7:30 am – 11:30 am
It’s that time again… time to compile your 2017 OSHA #300A Summary Log and prepare it for posting.
But for many, maintaining OSHA injury/illness records is a source of confusion, misinformation and headache. Some companies rely on OSHA to identify their recordkeeping shortfalls, but this is a very expensive way to learn.
Other lessons can also be costly. Failing to prequalify for work because your company’s injury rates were too high or because you didn’t have accurate recordkeeping information to submit can cost your business money and harm its reputation.
Come join us on January 30 to take advantage of a session devoted exclusively to maintaining OSHA injury/illness recordkeeping and calculating injury rates. Our time together will provide you with the knowledge and skills you will need to confidently and correctly maintain your OSHA #300 & #300A injury and illness logs. This class will also review electronic reporting in order to keep your company compliant.
Benefits of Attending:
Take advantage of group learning by having the ability to ask and hear specific questions and answers in an environment that is comfortable and comprised of people who share common concerns.
Take the information from this seminar and use it to:
- Produce timely and accurate OSHA injury/illness recordkeeping data upon request
- Prevent costly OSHA recordkeeping fines
- Correctly compute company injury rates (& prevent overstated rates) for pre-bid qualifications
Develop Your Knowledge and Learn More About:
- Consequences of poor recordkeeping
- Employer’s OSHA injury/illness recordkeeping responsibilities (29 CFR 1904)
- OSHA form #300 and #300A
- Determining incident recordability (what is recordable?)
- How and when to record entries
- Posting and retention requirements
- Calculating OSHA rates – incidence rate and DART rate
- Sample problems
Who Should Attend:
This program will be especially helpful to anyone who has been given the responsibility of maintaining OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping.
This may include:
- Safety directors and administrators
- HR and office staff
- Safety committee members
- Business executives
Kevin Keith, Director of Safety Services, ABC Keystone, provides safety trainings and safety services for the Chapter’s members. Kevin is a graduate of Penn State University with a degree in Exercise and Sport Science. He has been providing Health and Safety services since 1996. Kevin is an OSHA Authorized Construction Trainer for the Mid-Atlantic OTI Education Center. He has aided with Workers’ Compensation, ergonomics, rehabilitation, fall protection system design and install, developed safety programs for automated systems, jobsite audits, PIT operator trainings, and an extensive list of trainings related to OSHA and safety during his career.
Price included: booklet that covers program material and provides useful reference material, certificate of completion.
If you must cancel for any reason, please contact us immediately. Cancellations received less than 7 days of the start of class cannot be refunded; substitutions are permitted.
Preferred registration date: November 16, 2020
ABC Members may select the option to be invoiced. Non-members will need to please pay at time of registration either via credit card payment online or by calling Michele at the Chapter office: (717) 653-8106.
EIN: 23-1618254 – Contributions or gifts are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. However, payments may be deductible by members as an ordinary, necessary business expense. See your accountant for details.