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Stay on top of the ever-changing requirements in OSHA’s 29CFR1904 Recordkeeping Standard for Injuries and Illnesses to avoid costly mistakes and potential liabilities. This course covers the complete standard as well as the recent changes in a blended learning environment which includes a hands-on workshop covering some of the trickiest scenarios and most common mistakes. Attendees will also have the opportunity to discuss personal scenarios they have come across and learn from each other’s experiences in this half-day workshop environment.

You'll learn:

  • OSHA’s “new rule” for e-recordkeeping and how to electronically submit your records if required.
  • Other changes that occurred with the new rule
    • Significant expansion of those industries deemed “high hazard,”
    • Anti-retaliation elements applied to employers who discourage employees from reporting injury and illness incidents
    • Direction to employers in conducting refresher training on recordkeeping requirements, and,
    • Greater auditing of injury and illness recordkeeping forms.
  • OSHA's reporting criteria and the difference between “Reporting” and “Recording”
  • How to assess and apply the OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping rules.
  • Key OSHA recordkeeping terms and the forms on which they must be reported
  • The most common OSHA injury and illness and recordkeeping mistakes.
  • Essential steps for recording injuries and illnesses in compliance with OSHA recordkeeping requirements
  • How to apply key terms and definitions including:
    • injury
    • illness
    • work-related
    • geographic presumption
    • significant aggravation
    • new case
  • General recording criteria categories to ensure full compliance
  • Tips for documenting recordkeeping decisions to defend and explain them in the future
  • Special recording criteria categories—and why it’s so critical to get these right
  • Examples of recordable vs. non-recordable scenarios
  • Successful ways to update and maintain records
  • The importance of conducting periodic recordkeeping audits and how the audit process is best accomplished

Course Length: 6 Hours

Course Fee: $210 (Members $131)

*Discounts are available for multiple registrations. Call 402.483.2511 ext. 110 for information.

You are eligible to receive continuing education credits for this training. Following completion of this course, send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  and include these details in your message: full name, date(s) of the course, name of course, and type of credit you wish to apply for. Once you submit your information to NESC, we will follow up with an electronic certificate, reflecting proof of completion of the course, that you can use to submit to the organization applicable for the credit you are in need of.


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