Cal/OSHA Compliance Advisor - The Practical Guide to Workplace Safety for California Employers

 
Safety Recordkeeping: Set the Record Straight;
Understanding the Ins and Outs of Cal/OSHA's Recordkeeping Rules

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If an inspector showed up at your door today and asked for your training records, injury and illness records, written Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP), hazard assessments, and inspection records, could you produce them?

If you canít show your records in a timely fashion, the state Division of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH) will cite you. Recordkeeping violations, by themselves, may not be seriousóbut without appropriate documentation, you may find yourself subjected to serious citations in other areas. For example, if you canít furnish your training records and written operating procedures, you could be slapped with a serious citation for not training workers in proper operating procedures. Being able to produce the records in a timely fashion could save you from the citation.

This Special Report clearly lays out which records you must keep, the information you need to include in them, and the circumstances under which you must make them available.

 
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