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OSHA has made changes to its requirements for recording and reporting employee injuries and illnesses which will be in effect on January 1, 2015. Some employers that were not required to report at all are now included in this OSHA requirement. Reporting of serious injuries has changed and encompasses types of injury events that were previously not included. Join us for this 60-minute webinar to learn about the impact that these changes may have on your organization. Don’t miss this important update.
Topics to be covered include:
OSHA’s Part 1904 – Recordkeeping and Reporting
- Recording Requirements – What Do I Record?
- Reporting Requirements – What Do I Report? When Do I Report?
- Who Does This Effect?
- How Do I Report?
- What Must I Report?
- What Don’t I Have to Report?
- Types of Injury Events
- Changes to Covered Organizations
- Newly Required Industries
- Where Can I Find More Information?
Richard A. McLonis is Risk Control Consultant for Marsh Risk Consulting in the Workforce Strategies Practice based in Southfield. In this role, he provides health and safety consulting, industrial hygiene, ergonomics, indoor air quality and noise exposure assessments, machine guarding safety assessments and general employee health and safety consulting services. Rich’s clients include the following sectors; amusement parks, retail, automotive, public entity, and health care.
This webinar qualifies as one credit toward the Basic or Advanced Environmental, Health & Safety Certification Programs. The Michigan Chamber is an approved provider of the HR Certification Institute and this program has been submitted for review.