Wednesday, January 10, 2024 11:00am to 12:00pm
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This event is for business owners, presidents, safety, HR and plant management, construction superintendents and project managers.
Wednesday, January 10th, 2024
11:00 AM Presentation
11:45 AM Q &A
12:00 PM Available for follow-up calls
About this Webinar
Increased safety risks are inherent to the construction and manufacturing industries, where it’s more likely for worker injuries to occur. Along with that, OSHA has a set of rules and regulations for how injuries or illnesses should be investigated, documented and reported. However, filling out OSHA reporting forms can be incredibly confusing. Is your company clear on what constitutes a recordable injury or illness in these circumstances? It’s imperative you do.
In fact, capturing and submitting the correct information along with leveraging your data is a key part of building a strong safety culture. This information helps you evaluate the safety of your workplace, determine where the hazards are, and understand the important steps you can take to reduce and eliminate injuries and illness in the future.
IN THIS FREE WEBINAR We WILL:
- Discuss how to avoid OSHA recordkeeping violations.
- Clarify what employers should and should not report.
- Review the key points of 29 CFR Part 1904.
- Explain key aspects of Form 300, 300A, First Report of Injury, including posting requirements for the 300A.
- Review the online or Injury Tracking Application (ITA) and OSHA Form submission requirements.
- Explain how to handle severe injury reporting.
- Demonstrate how accurate reporting and recording can be utilized to train employees and improve safety.
Join us to learn about OSHA recordkeeping from your OECS workplace safety experts!
Connie Van Raalte, PHR. Connie spent the last 15 years in onsite human resources and safety management, ensuring the safety and health of individuals in general industry throughout the Mankato, Minnesota, area. She is responsible for managing the OECS Safety Training Center (STC), offering a variety of in-person and virtual safety classes. She is passionate about helping clients develop and sustain positive work cultures. In addition to earning a certification as a Mental Health First Aid Instructor, she has her Bachelor of Science in Business Management and Human Resource Management from Minnesota State University and has her Professional Human Resources (PHR) Accrediation.
Chad Preese. Chad Preese is a Field Safety Associate/Sales Growth Lead (GI) for the Northern Minnesota and Wisconsin Region. Chad has over 15 years of experience in the hotel and hospitality industry, creating customized safety plans and delivering training for varying types of properties. Chad’s experience is in the planning, designing and executing of intricate safety and security plans for large-scale events, such as Superbowl LII and the 2019 NCAA Final Four.