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OSHA Record Keeping 

OSHA’s injury/illness record-keeping systems are often neglected, misinterpreted or improperly maintained.  Workers’ compensation injury reports are not enough to establish compliance. OSHA also requires an annual report that summarizes injuries/illnesses, including not only lost-time accidents, but also restricted-duty cases, and any incident that needed “medical attention”. 

You will learn about:

  • OSHA annual documentation requirements
  • OSHA-mandated injury and illness reporting/record keeping
  • How to calculate incidents rates
  • How to differentiate between “recordable”, lost-work-day incidents and first aid cases
  • What records can be requested and cross-referenced
  • Who certifies the document
  • Where and when the report needs to be posted


OSHA Record Keeping Training Resources


To arrange on-site or customized record keeping training, contact:

Fox Valley Technical College - Business & Industry Services
P: (888) 458-0449 | P: (920) 735-2525 | F: (920) 735-4771
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   Maintained by:

   Katie Bocskor

   Last Modified:
   7/9/2013 2:02:25 PM

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