To cover proper recording of injuries and illnesses and review the major recordkeeping requirements. OSHA recordkeeping is complicated. If done well, it can create a good impression on an OSHA compliance officer and set a positive tone for OSHA’s review of an organization. Lack of or poor recordkeeping may give a compliance officer a negative impression of your overall attention to safety and may lead to additional citations and penalties.
- Why is recordkeeping necessary?
- Who must record keep?
- What are the criteria and classifications for recordable injuries and illnesses?
- Use of OSHA forms 300, 300-A and 301
All personnel responsible for the preparation and retention of OSHA forms 300, 300-A and 301, and medical/exposure records