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OSHA Recordkeeping for Managers and Supervisors

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22 to 32 minutes
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This training focuses on the importance of recordkeeping per OSHA’s standard Part 1904. Recordkeeping gives managers insights into patterns of injuries and illnesses, helps them make better decisions in the future, and adjust the way things are done based on information gathered.

This course starts by helping managers and supervisors define injuries and illnesses and determine whether their organization is exempt from recordkeeping. This training helps decipher the difference between work related and non-work-related injuries and illnesses. This is important because supervisors need to know what needs to be recorded and then reported. In this multimedia presentation, the forms used in OSHA recording, and employee rights are discussed to help the viewer understand how employees get involved in this recordkeeping process.

Managers and supervisors must have a clear understanding of the Recordkeeping Standard and their role in the recordkeeping process. Use this course to understand OSHA’s Part 1904 and improve workplace safety through recordkeeping.


Managers and supervisors

The course presents the following topical areas:
  • Introduction
  • The Importance of Recordkeeping
  • Exempt Businesses
  • Defining 'Injuries and Illnesses'
  • What Are 'Work-Related' and 'New' Cases?
  • The Three Key Recordkeeping Forms
  • Employee Rights
  • Other Recordkeeping Issues
  • Conclusion

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