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COST: FREE to all employees of ORCHSE Member Companies
$99 for PUBLIC participants (Click HERE to see a complete list of ORCHSE Strategies Member Companies)


PRESENTERS: Steve Newell, Partner ORCHSE Strategies
and Lisa Brooks, Vice President, ORCHSE Strategies

Combined, Steve and Lisa have over 60 years of experience in H&S and managing injury & illness reporting and recordkeeping programs. Steve is one of the founding partners of ORCHSE Strategies and previously worked for both OSHA and BLS. He is the author of the “Recordkeeping Guidelines for Occupational Injuries and Illnesses”, known by most as the “OSHA Bluebook,” of which more than a million copies were distributed nationwide. Lisa joined ORCHSE Strategies in 2014 with over 20 years experience working in industry and is recognized as a thought leader in ergonomics and human and organizational performance.

TARGET AUDIENCE: Those with knowledge of injury & illness recordkeeping requirements who would like to better understand the nuances and special rules associated with recordkeeping.

WEBINAR DESCRIPTION: Injury & illness recordkeeping and reporting is one of the focal regulatory compliance issues in safety and health. Over the years, recordkeeping violations have resulted in many significant, highly publicized fines, and several companies have entered into company-wide settlement agreements over injury & illness recordkeeping and reporting violations.

While there seems to be general understanding of the OSHA injury and illness reporting and recording criteria, many struggle with applying it to real world situations. Often unnecessary time and effort is spent debating whether or not a case is technically OSHA recordable. Frequently those situations are fueled by a lack of understanding of the nuances and special exceptions to the rules.

Objectives: This webinar will focus on applying the rules for determining which cases must be recorded on the OSHA log to real world situations, including some that involve special circumstances. Specifically, the webinar will cover:

  • Practical application of the principles used to determine if a condition is work related and recordable, including how to make accurate recordkeeping determinations in borderline situations;
  • How to best deal with recording nuances - special exceptions and the special rules applicable to issues such as pre-existing conditions, hearing loss, musculoskeletal disorders, diabetic seizures and the like;
  • The application of the recordkeeping rules to contractors and temporary employees; and
  • How to document the ultimate decision – whether to record or not to record the case.

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How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Please email lisa.brooks@orchse.com with questions regarding this webinar.

Are Certification Maintenance Points offered for this webinar?

Certification maintenance points will be offered to all participants who attend this webinar. Please look for an email with information on how to request certification maintenence points approximately one hour following the conclusion of the webinar.

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Refunds will be issued until the day before the webinar is scheduled. No refunds will be issued on the day of or after the webinar has been conducted.

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