Navigating OSHA Recordkeeping & Recording Requirements in 2021
Join us for an in-depth look at OSHA’s Final Rule recordkeeping procedures. We’ll zero in on recent changes to guidance for enforcing the recording of occupational illnesses - specifically cases related to COVID-19
With key 300A Annual Summary certification and posting dates coming due fast, we’ll help you to ensure timely and accurate submission of your required 2020 OSHA recordkeeping data.
The time-limited interim OSHA memorandum from May is just one of the considerations that safety professionals and employers must account for when summarizing 2020 data, as well as certifying and submitting all required forms, to comply with OSHA’s recordkeeping requirements. In this informative, 60-minute program we’ll address:
- The OSHA interim COVID-19 recordkeeping memorandum and its impact
- The regulatory requirements for reporting and recording “Work at Home” cases
- 2021 deadlines for posting and submitting summary information electronically
- Critical definitions including the work environment and recordkeeping exceptions
- Requirements for maintaining and updating specific OSHA Forms
- Keys to complying with electronic reporting of injury requirements
OSHA's Latest Recordkeeping Standard & What’s Required Now
- What OSHA's interim COVID-19 recordkeeping memorandum means for you
- When is COVID-19 considered an OSHA recordable injury or illness?
- Requirements for submitting your EIN with your injury & illness data submission
- Retention requirements for maintaining mandatory OSHA recordkeeping documents
- Rules for classifying injuries & illnesses - and how to avoid the common errors
Guidelines & Best Practices for OSHA Recordkeeping Compliance
- Which employers must submit annual OSHA forms electronically and which forms
- Handling special situations: Working at home, travel, parking lots & more
- The latest OSHA recordkeeping Letters of Interpretation (LOI’s) and their impact
- Reporting v. recording an injury or Illness: Understanding the difference
- Determining if an injury or illness is legitimately work-related
Answers to Key Questions Employers Are Asking Including:
- What are the key OSHA reporting dates in 2021?
- If an employee is working from home and contacts COVID-19 is it still recordable?
- Who is the authorized person to certify and sign the OSHA 300A Annual Summary.
- Is OSHA focusing on COVID-19 compliance during their inspections?
About the Speaker
Jack Fearing, CPEA, is the Managing Partner for Fearing International Group LLC and has more than 35 years of experience in occupational safety & health management, consulting and DOD aviation safety.
- He is a certified Health & Safety auditor, an OSHA-authorized 10/30 hour instructor, and a professional member of the New Jersey Chapter of the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP). He was the 2019 Chapter “Safety Professional of the Year” (SPY). A graduate of the University of Massachusetts and Boston University he is retired US Army LTC, Senior Army Aviator and Aviation Safety Officer.
- Jack is an accomplished speaker and author and has been published in "CoatingsPro", "Today's Facility Manager", "Facility Safety Management," and various American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) professional journals on numerous safety topics. He is a frequent speaker and trainer for local, regional and international venues.
Learn the latest recordkeeping standard and requirements issued from OSHA, and how to address COVID-19 related illnesses.
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