OSHA 300 Reporting Made Easy with Incident Track

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If an organization has 10 or more employees, it is required to complete OSHA’s injury and illness record keeping forms on an ongoing basis. These records will be requested during any OSHA visit. Further, the OSHA 300A Summary must be posted in a public workplace area from February 1 until April 30. Organizations can incur a citation and fine if they do not comply with these regulations.

 

Attending this webinar will help you understand OSHA’s posting requirements and how to utilize Incident Track to complete and post OSHA 300 logs. This overview will be delivered by our certified safety and health experts.

 

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