OSHA 300 Log Recordkeeping

All You Ever Wanted To Know About OSHA Recordkeeping…But Were Afraid to Ask!

 Many businesses are required to file a mandatory report using information taken from the OSHA 300 Log. Proper usage and completion of this OSHA log is a key component. Businesses that employ ten or more employees must complete OSHA 300 logs and then post them from February 1 through April 30 each year. These reports are regularly reviewed by OSHA and may result in your company being placed on the list of businesses to be inspected.

This seminar will help participants understand the importance of the OSHA 300 Log and how to determine if a particular injury is recordable. Other important topics to be covered include:

• How to properly complete and maintain an OSHA Log
• Exactly what injuries are recordable
• Not all restricted work activity
injuries are "OSHA-Restricted Cases"

• Prevent certain injuries from becoming recordable
• How to determine the actual number of hours worked
• How to calculate OSHA incident rates
• How to compare your rates to industry benchmarks
Gary Glader, CSP
Network Safety Consultants
Dave Valentine, CSP Network Safety Consultants
Gary has provided comprehensive safety consulting services to a growing number of industrial, construction, public entity, service and manufacturing operations. Gary offers a multitude of services designed to control exposure to risk at every level of operation. Gary is a Certified Safety Professional with nearly 30 years of experience in occupational safety. As a member of the National Demolition Association, he has helped the NDA foster a more productive working relationship with OSHA. In addition, Gary is a frequent speaker for the construction Safety Council, Underground Contractors Association, the American Subcontractors Association and more.

Dave manages safety consulting operations in Wisconsin and Northern Illinois. Dave’s responsibilities include developing and implementing effective safety programs for manufacturing, industrial, transportation and construction firms.  Dave provides comprehensive safety program development including surveys, comprehensive ergonomic hazard assessment and complete program safety services. Dave has extensive experience with OSHA and other regulatory agency compliance requirements which help companies reduce cost. He has also earned the Certified Safety Professional (CSP) designation since 1982.   

Participation is FREE, however, space is limited. For more information, please contact Debby Smith toll-free at 866.248.5300 or e-mail debby.smith@thehortongroup.com

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