State Offers Free Training Seminars on OSHA Recordkeeping Requirements

October 12, 2023

Post submitted by League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust (LMCIT) loss control team

woman hiding behind a stack of folders on desk.Are you unsure of the OSHA recordkeeping basics? Well, you’re in luck. The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry (DLI) offers free, introductory-level training seminars about OSHA recordkeeping requirements. The next online seminar is Friday, Oct. 27 from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. There is no cost to attend the training online via Microsoft Teams, but registration is required. Register now.

Topics include:

  • Recordability of injuries and illnesses
  • Differences between OSHA cases and workers’ compensation claims
  • Classifying cases
  • Counting time
  • Privacy cases
  • How many logs to keep
  • Maintaining logs
  • Creating a log summary
  • Reporting log data to OSHA
  • Recording COVID-19 cases

Maintaining an accurate OSHA log of recordable work-related injuries and illnesses is an important skill that benefits employers, workers, safety professionals, and government agencies. Remember to be diligent with your OSHA recordkeeping, it’s a legal requirement.

Reach out to your LMCIT loss control consultant if you have questions about recordkeeping practices and requirements. For more information about the OSHA recordkeeping training, email