Post submitted by League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust (LMCIT) loss control team
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.
- 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 email@example.com.