OSHA Recordkeeping Training Available in October

Maintaining an accurate OSHA log of recordable work-related injuries and illnesses is an important skill that benefits

employers, workers, safety professionals and government agencies.

The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry is offering a free introductory-level training webinar about OSHA recordkeeping requirements, including recording COVID-19, on Oct. 2, 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.

Capacity is limited, and there are just a small number of spots still available, so sign up right away (REGISTER HERE) if you are interested in attending the training. 

Topics covered will include:

  • Recordability of injuries and illnesses
  • Differences between OSHA cases and workers' compensation claims
  • Classifying cases
  • Counting time
  • Privacy cases
  • How many logs to keep
  • Maintaining logs
  • Creating a log summary
  • Reporting log data to OSHA
  • Recording COVID-19 cases

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