Every year, organizations scramble to complete and post their OSHA 300A logs before the February 1st deadline. Some organizations then also have to submit that data electronically to OSHA by March 2nd. With so many rules and classifications, and so little time, maintaining accurate OSHA recordkeeping logs is often a struggle for even the best EHS managers.
In this webinar, we'll discuss the main requirements of OSHA recordkeeping in plain language, and tools available to assist in completing your OSHA logs. We'll also discuss when cases of COVID-19 should appear on your OSHA logs.
This webinar will cover:
- The details of the OSHA 300, 300A, and 301 logs
- The criteria for when to record an injury or illness for OSHA
- When to record cases of COVID-19 in the workplace for OSHA
- Software that makes it easy to complete OSHA recordkeeping logs
Vice President of EHS Solutions | Vector Solutions
Clare serves as Vice President of EHS Management Solutions at Vector Solutions, overseeing the operations of Vector EHS Management. Its highly configurable environmental, health and safety (EHS) management software suite helps organizations efficiently record, track and trend safety data to improve workplace safety, ensure regulatory compliance, reduce risks, and save time and costs.
Ms. Epstein has extensive experience in regulatory analysis, safety management systems, information management systems, and safety reviews.
Director of Customer Relations | Vector Solutions
Joshua Puricelli oversees the product implementation and support of the Vector EHS Management software. Mr. Puricelli has worked closely with multiple organizations to ensure that the IndustrySafe software complies with OSHA recordkeeping regulations.
Mr. Puricelli is experienced with information technology management, safety management systems and regulations, end user design and client training.