$75 for Members / $95 Non-Members
Effective Jan. 1, OSHA revised its requirements for recording and submitting records of work-based injuries and illnesses, and enforcement begins Dec. 1. The final rule, which requires employers to electronically submit recorded information for posting on the OSHA web site, affects employers with 250 or more employees, as well as those with 20 to 249 employees classified in 67 specific industries. The final rule also allows OSHA to collect information from employers not required to submit information to the agency on a routine basis. These employers must submit requested data upon written notification from OSHA.
Please join us for this 60-minute webinar, where we will discuss the latest OSHA reporting and record keeping requirements, including the new rule which requires some employers to electronically submit injury and illness data to OSHA for public record.
What Will Be Covered:
- Recent OSHA Reporting and Record Keeping Updates
- Maintaining and Posting Records
- Electronic Submission of Records
Danielle C. Lester is a member of Bodman PLC’s Workplace Law Group, where she has extensive experience representing employers in unfair labor practice charges, negotiating union contracts, advocating for employers in arbitration, and advising them on day-to-day labor issues. She also has substantial experience in employment litigation and with counseling employers on many employment matters, including workplace environment, health, and safety compliance and issues.
One (1) credit for the MI Chamber Basic or Advanced Environmental Health & Safety Certification Program.
One (1) HR (General) recertification credit hour for PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.
One (1) PDC for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP.