Complying With OSHA Recordkeeping Requirements - Making Your Program Bulletproof
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Protect your company with a solid understanding of the OSHA recordkeeping requirements.OSHA's Hazard Communication rules require employers to examine their programs. With a new direction, OSHA is ramping up its inspection efforts, and every inspection begins with the same thing - documents. This topic will discuss the kinds of records OSHA requires U.S. employers to maintain; when those records must be presented to the government, employees, unions, or opposing counsel; a review of how OSHA's regulatory agenda may change recordkeeping requirements; and up-to-date information about pending challenges to the rule changes.
AuthorsJeffrey Johnson, Miles & Stockbridge, P.C. Kathleen Pontone, Miles & Stockbridge, P.C.
Overview of Recordkeeping Requirements
Illness and Injury Logs
MSDS and Chemical Information
• Typical Scope of Audits
• Are My Documents Privileged?
• Supervisor Responsibilities
• Discipline and Counseling and the Impact of a Unionized Workforce
• Do I Need to Let the Investigator in?
• What Documents Should I Be Prepared to Provide?
Records of Safety Meetings
30 Year Storage Requirement for Illness and Injury Records - They're Kidding, Right?
Recordkeeping in the Age of COVID-19
Issues Related to Insurance
Discovery of Records During Litigation and Employee/Union Requests to Review Documents
Compliance Tools and Tips