OSHA Reporting & Compliance Pack
OSHA Recordkeeping Deadline is February 1.
Save $21.00 and maintain compliance with OSHA’s Recordkeeping Regulation, 29 CFR 1904. As a reminder, all non-exempt workplaces covered by OSHA’s Recordkeeping Rule, 29 CFR 1904, are required to have OSHA Form 300A, the Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses, posted in a prominent location where employees can clearly see it beginning Feb. 1 through April 30.
Note: This holds true even if your company had no work-related injuries or illnesses that occurred during the year.
If you’re not certain whether your company is exempt, reference sections 1904.1 and 1904.2 of the standard, review OSHA’s list of partially exempt industries, or contact your local OSHA office for guidance.
ClickSafety’s OSHA Reporting & Compliance pack is designed for supervisors and managers who are responsible for the safety of their job site according to OSHA regulations.
- Foremen in All Industries
- Supervisors in All Industries
- Managers in All Industries
- Workers with Safety Reporting Responsibilities
Learning Objectives by Course
This OSHA Reporting & Compliance Pack contains the following two advanced safety training courses:
OSHA 300 Recordkeeping & Reporting Course (1-Hour) - 0.1 CEU!
OSHA requires that certain employers record and track workplace-related deaths and specified injuries and illnesses. This OSHA 300 Reporting and Record Keeping for workplace injuries and illnesses online course provides information about keeping proper records according to OSHA’s standards. When finished, managers and supervisors will be encouraged to inform new employees on how to report an injury or illness and set up a system for reporting.
OSHA Compliance Basics Course (1-Hour)
Learn the basics of Occupational Safety and Health Act and Administration compliance. This OSHA Compliance course focuses on ways to prevent and minimize occupational fatalities, injuries and illnesses. It is important that managers and supervisors be able to take action to anticipate, recognize, evaluate, analyze and protect employee safety and health according to the OSHA Act.