Employer Resource Institute Webinar
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
10:30 a.m. to Noon (Pacific)
|CD Recording Only
Last fall, federal OSHA launched a national emphasis program (NEP) on safety recordkeeping designed to enforce regulatory requirements - they're looking for employers who are underreporting injuries and illnesses. They've got their fine-toothed combs out, and now is the precisely the right time to get your recordkeeping in order.
In addition to helping you avoid costly Cal/OSHA citations, smart recordkeeping practices can also help you reduce injuries and boost profits by learning from past mistakes. You'll also discover how to nip potential PR nightmares in the bud -- before a disgruntled employee goes to Cal/OSHA or the press.
Join us on June 23 for an in-depth 90-minute webinar designed to help you track and record injuries and illnesses in compliance with the Cal/OSHA recordkeeping standard. Bring your managers along as we walk you through the key elements of an effective recordkeeping program. You'll learn:
- What to expect from the new focus on recordkeeping
- How to decipher the Cal/OSHA recordkeeping standard, and what you need to do to be in compliance
- The distinctions between Cal/OSHA Log Form 300, Cal/OSHA Form 301, and Cal/OSHA Form 300A, and how to use and complete them properly
- 5 key recordkeeping concepts to guide your document preparations
- 4 steps to determine Cal/OSHA recordability
- Which incidents must be reported -- and by when -- and which merely need to be recorded
- How to perform a recordkeeping audit and assess the working environment
- How to differentiate between medical treatment and first aid, and why the distinction matters
- How to apply smart recordkeeping strategies to a series of real-life cases
- Some of the frequently misunderstood terms in recordkeeping
About Your Speaker:
Bill Taylor, CSP is the Vice President of CTJ Safety Associates in North Carolina. He has over 32 years of safety experience and is a former director of safety and health programs in both industry and municipal government, with diverse safety and health managerial experience, including a concentration in ergonomics. For over 18 years with the consulting firm ELB & Associates and its successor companies, Taylor assisted a variety of clients in manufacturing, services, construction, and the public sector by conducting simulated OSHA inspections, safety and OSHA compliance training, and developing policies and safety management systems. He has visited a large variety of plants and facilities throughout North America and overseas.
Taylor is past president of the North Carolina Chapter of ASSE, the North Carolina Association of Local Government Employee Safety Officials, and the regional safety council. His specialties include safety management systems, OSHA standards training, and audits. Taylor has written and published award-winning articles on ergonomics and training and is the author of Effective Environmental, Health and Safety Management Using the Team Approach (2005, John Wiley & Sons).
This program qualifies for Continuance of Certification (COC) credit for CSPs, who will earn 0.05 COC points for attending this webinar.
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