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By taking this online Recordkeeping and Reporting course you'll learn about what your business is required to do to be in compliance with the updated Oregon OSHA recording and reporting rules.
You'll discover details about the type of workplace incidents which must be reported and/or recorded, and how to complete these duties within the required timeframe. You can watch a demonstration of filling out the required recording logs, and we’ll also look into the concepts surrounding recordkeeping and reporting, helping you to feel confident about the processes involved.
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What businesses must record and/or report incidents to Oregon OSHA.
What type of incidents must be recorded.
What type of incidents must be reported, and the timeframe for reporting.
Defining important recordkeeping and reporting terms and concepts.
An overview of the rule updates that Oregon OSHA began enforcing on 1/1/2016.
An in-depth look at what type of incidents must be reported.
Should a death occur, what type of information will Oregon OSHA need when you report the incident.
How to report an incident to Oregon OSHA.
Exploring the concept of privacy cases.
Determining when a case is a new case or an aggravation of an existing case.
A discussion of the "home away from home" concept.
A demonstration of how to complete the 801 form.
A walkthrough showing you how to complete the Oregon OSHA 300 Log.
A step-by-step video of how to complete the Oregon OSHA 300A Log.
Answering frequently asked questions.
Recordkeeping and reporting topic page
OSHA 300 Log
OAR 437-001-0700 (Recordkeeping Rule)
OAR 437-001-0704 (Reporting Rule)
PowerPoint for instructors
This course has been approved for CEUs.
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