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Reporting Accidents, Injuries, Incidents, and Near Misses

OnDemand Webinar (61 minutes)

Gain a better understanding of best practices on when and how to report an incident to OSHA.This topic will provide you a practical and real-world understanding of OSHA's reporting requirements. In addition, you will gain an understanding of common errors made by employers in relation to OSHA's reporting requirements and how to avoid them. In this regard, you will also learn to recognize situations where reporting to OSHA is not required.

Authors

Tracy L. Moon Jr., Fisher & Phillips LLP

Agenda

Reporting Accidents, Injuries, Incidents, and Near Misses

• Who Is Required to Report an Incident to OSHA?

• When an Incident Must Be Reported to OSHA

• Under What Circumstances Are You Not Required to Report an Incident to OSHA?

How To's

• How to Make a Report to OSHA

• How Does OSHA Define the Types of Incidents That Must Be Reported to It?

• How to Determine Work Relatedness