OSHA Work-Related Injury and Illness Recordkeeping
The keeping of safety records helps companies manage safety performance and helps the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) by generating data for research and better policy making. Mandatory reporting of safety records helps to identify negative trends in industry.
By taking this free course, you will gain knowledge on:
- The types of organizations that must comply with work-related injury and illness recordkeeping and fatality reporting regulations.
- Identify the criteria for work-related injury and illness.
- Identify the purpose and guidelines for the basic work-related injury and illness record types required under 29CFR Part 1904
- Recognize OSHA safeguards for privacy in employer recording of work-related illness and injury.
- Recognize reporting requirements for work-related fatalities, severe injuries (amputations, losses of an eye) and hospitalizations.
- Identify employee involvement and rights related to work-related injury and illness reporting and recordkeeping.
- Recognize employer responsibilities for providing work-related injury, illness and fatality records for OSHA inspection and investigation.
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