This OSHA training program will list the requirements for determining OSHA recordable cases. It will highlight best practices for preventing cases from becoming recordable through early intervention and reporting of work related injuries and illnesses.
Why Should You Attend:
This webinar will cover:
- The scope of work relationship – differences between OSHA and Workers' Compensation definitions.
- Understanding the importance of employees work relationship.
- Rules for temporary workers.
- What does OSHA mean by restricted work?
- Exceptions to OSHA recordability.
- Employee travel - home away from home.
- The meaning of significant aggravation.
- The effect of post-accident drug tests.
- Conflicting physician’s opinions.
- Prescription medications versus OTC medicines.
- Understand the purpose of the OSHA injury and illness logs and forms.
- The nuts and bolts of completing the OSHA 300 log and the 300A annual summary.
- Criteria to use in determining whether an injury or illness should be reported on the OSHA log.
- Importance of early intervention.
- How to calculate lost work days and restricted work days?
- Techniques to assure that the information contained in the logs remain confidential.
- How to calculate injury and illness rates?
- Resources to evaluate injury recordability including OSHA interpretations and other documents.
Areas Covered in the Webinar:
- Definitions of OSHA recordability
- How to determine whether a case is recordable
- Recordkeeping requirements
- Completing and maintaining the OSHA 300 Log
- When do you need to report injuries / illnesses and fatalities to OSHA
- The importance of establishing procedures and programs enabling early medical intervention and reporting of injuries/illnesses to prevent incidents or minor injuries from becoming recordable
Who Will Benefit:
- Human resources staff
- Healthcare providers and nurses
- Physician’s assistants
- Safety and health professionals and staff
Irwin Dobrushin has over 37 years of experience in the environmental, health and safety profession. Throughout his career, he has provided comprehensive health and safety support and services in a variety of business settings including consultation and industrial/manufacturing settings such as: steel and metal production, metal fabrication, organic and inorganic chemical manufacturing including the production of chlorine, chlorinated methanes, isocyanates, coal based chemicals, formaldehyde containing products, and nuclear fuel manufacturing.
His expertise extents to: ergonomic assessments, training and corrective actions; comprehensive practice of industrial hygiene; analysis of work related injury/illness data identification, causation, frequency of injury types, corrective actions etc. for multinational corporations; safety and industrial hygiene program/procedures development, review and implementation; safety and industrial hygiene compliance auditing; all aspects of safety/health program development and implementation; OSHA process safety management and EPA risk management programs; and hazardous waste disposal.
Mr. Dobrushin received his bachelor’s degree in biology and MPH from the University of Pittsburgh, and he is also a certified industrial hygienist, certified by the American Board of Industrial Hygiene.
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