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Workplace Safety Webinar Series
Wednesday December 9th, 2020 – 11:00 am to 12:00 pm
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This event is for business owners, presidents, safety, HR and plant management, construction superintendents and project managers


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Wednesday, December 9th, 2020
11:00 AM Presentation
11:45 AM Q &A
12:00 PM Available for follow-up calls

Call/email Anita at 763.417.9599 or for assistance or questions. No charge.

About this Webinar

2020 has brought many new challenges for health and safety compliance! OSHA recordkeeping is no exception and has recently communicated guidance related to the COVID-19 pandemic. This covers recording and reporting occupational injuries and illnesses required under OSHA regulations.

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 your company evaluate the safety of your workplace, understand where the hazards are, and presents important steps you can take to reduce and eliminate injuries and illness in the future.

In this webinar, we will:

  •  Share 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 and 300A as well as First Report of Injury.
  • Go through the on-line 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 for this FREE, informative webinar to ensure you’re in compliance!



Tim O’Connor is a Regional Manager for OECS. He is a certified instructor with 24 years of safety experience in program writing, job hazard analysis, hazard mitigation, hazardous materials handling and on-site field safety implementation. He has successfully implemented programs to improve safety cultures. He is also a certified MEWP instructor, and has submitted and approved over 100 ISNet programs for clients. Prior to OECS, he retired from the U.S. Army, completing 24 years of honorable service.

Tim Sheehan, President of OECS, is passionate about helping manufacturing and construction firms gain the safety edge so that they can reduce their risk and exposure, while ultimately paying back a healthy return. Prior to OECS, Tim was CEO of LazyDays RV, and spent 30 years at Best Buy in a variety of leadership positions. He is co-owner of OECS with his wife, Chris Naylor, who is also a Certified EOS Implementer for the Traction business growth system.

Presented by OECS

OSHA Environmental Compliance Systems (OECS) is the Midwest’s leading consulting firm. For almost 30 years, OECS has provided the highest-quality workplace safety consulting services to small and mid-sized manufacturing and construction firms. We implement a proven process with clients that helps them obtain their safety goals year in and year out.

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