MARCOM's Video On Demand (VOD) program on OSHA Recordkeeping for Managers and Supervisors discusses the recordkeeping process and what managers and supervisors need to do to comply with the regulation. The OSHA Part 1904 Recordkeeping Standard gives employers a powerful way to make their workplaces safer, by tracking the illnesses and injuries that occur in their facilities. Using the forms that OSHA provides in the Standard, companies can identify the safety problems that they need to address. This information also helps OSHA modify existing regulations, or create new ones, so that employees across the country can work more safely. Areas included in the program include the importance of recordkeeping, what businesses are exempt, defining injuries and illnesses, what work-related and new cases are, the three key recordkeeping forms, employee rights, other recordkeeping issues and more.
- Upon completing the course, they should:
- Understand the purpose of the OSHA recordkeeping rule.
- Understand OSHA's requirements for recording employee injuries and illnesses.
- Know the three key OSHA recordkeeping forms, how they are used and what information they contain.
- Know the rights that employees have under the OSHA recordkeeping rule.