OSHA-Required Paperwork: Safety plans and other records mandated by the Agency
Thursday, December 3rd, 1:00 PM Central Time
(2:00 ET, 12:00 MT, 11:00 PT)
If an OSHA inspector arrives at your location, chances are he or she will ask to see your safety records. Whether it's your written plans, training records, injury and illness logs, inspection records, or any other type of documentation, these records help the inspector quickly gauge how well you're protecting your workers from safety and health hazards. And this is all before the inspector even steps foot into your production areas. What's more, if any required paperwork is missing or deficient, OSHA can and will cite you.
As an employer, you can generate any number of safety records, but it can be daunting trying to manage them, let alone figure out which ones are actually required and how long to keep them.
This webcast will provide an overview of many of the more common documents employers must create and retain under 29 CFR 1903, 1904, and 1910.
Time will also be allotted for questions and answers. So tune in to this upcoming KellerOnline webcast
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