Record Keeping (6 Hours)
The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (OSH Act) requires covered employers to prepare and maintain records of occupational injuries and illnesses. This course summarizes the existing agency-approoved recordkeeping materials and is a resource for businesses of all sizes, as well as OSHA’s compliance safety and health officers, compliance assistance specialists, and OSHA State plans. After completing all of the required sections, you will be able to immediately print your nationall accepted certificate of completion. This certificate is valid for one year. @HomePrep is a National Leader in online education. With over 100,000 satisfied students and a course catalog of over 1,000 classes, we are here to help you – Invest in Yourself.
Requirements and Certification Overview
Any company with over 10 employees is required to submit certain records to OSHA every year in order to stay compliant. Record Keeping covers the different kinds of requirements a company might have and the specific steps you will need to take to follow OSHA guidelines. Our online training will help you stay compliant and avoid fines. The course is fully online, easy to take, and self-paced.
Our online Record Keeping program is one of the fastest and easiest ways to complete your required training. After completing all of the required sections. You will be able to immediately print your Nationally Accepted certificate of completion. The certificate is valid for 1 year.
For an additional fee, we can mail your certificate to you and include a pocket card.
OSHA requires that all employers prepare and maintain records of injuries that occur on the jobsite as well as illnesses. Record Keeping explains exactly what OSHA requires of your individual business and what you need to do in order to stay compliant.
Who Should Take This Course
Our training meets OSHA standards. It’s important to check with your employer for any additional safety requirements. It’s important to keep a copy of your course completion certificate for your own records.
The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (OSH Act) requires covered employers to prepare and maintain records of occupational injuries and illnesses. This course summarizes the existing agency-approved recordkeeping materials and is a resource for businesses of all sizes, as well as OSHA’s compliance safety and health officers, compliance assistance specialists, and OSHA State-plans.
Our course covers topics including:
- Partial exemption for employers with 10 or fewer employees and for establishments in certain industries
- Keeping records for more than one agency
- Recording criteria
- Determination of work-relatedness
- Determination of new cases
- General recording criteria
- Recording criteria for needlestick and sharps injuries, for cases involving medical removal under OSHA standards, for cases involving occupational hearing loss, and for work related tuberculosis cases and work-related musculoskeletal disorders
- Multiple business establishments
- Covered employees
- Annual summary
- Retention and updating
- Change in business ownership
- Employee involvement
- Prohibition against discrimination
- State recordkeeping regulations
- Variances from the recordkeeping rule
- Reporting fatalities and multiple hospitalization incidents to OSHA
- Providing records to government representatives
- Annual OSHA injury and illness survey of ten or more employers