OSHA Recordkeeping for Employees Video
OSHA Recordkeeping for Employees Video

OSHA Recordkeeping for Employees Video

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VHS English Version Product Number: V000017VEO
DVD English Version Product Number: V0000179EO
VHS Spanish Version Product Number: V000017VSO
DVD Spanish Version Product Number: V0000179SO

List Price: $229.00
Classification: Regulatory Compliance
Length of Video(in Minutes): 16
Year Produced: 2004
Publisher: MARCOM Group Ltd., The
Description: MARCOM's "OSHA Recordkeeping for Employees" Videotape Program helps facilities comply with OSHA's Recordkeeping regulation (29 CFR Part 1904). It shows employees actual workplace incidents that demonstrate how to report accidents and what information they need to furnish. Areas covered in the program include why recordkeeping is important, what recordkeeping is used for, definitions and examples of work-related illnesses and injuries, information employees should provide about an incident situation, "recordable incident" scenarios, and more. This program can be used in conjunction with the MARCOM's "OSHA Recordkeeping for Managers and Supervisors" Videotape Program to train all levels of personnel and provide them with a common base of understanding about recordkeeping requirements.

osha recordkeeping training video employees

OSHA Recordkeeping Training Video Excerpt: You and your employer have a powerful tool for making your facility a safer place to work. Its OSHA’s revamped recordkeeping system often referred to as Part 1904 after its federal regulation part number. In addition to establishing a standard method for recording work related illnesses and injuries. Part 1904 allows your employer to easily create statistics on any incidents that occur at your facility. These stats help your employer to identify problem areas within your facility, and to correct any hazardous conditions that exist. Part 1904 also gets you more involved in the recordkeeping process, first, by requiring that the annual summary of workplace injuries and illnesses must be posted for a longer period of time so you have a better chance of examining it. At the same time Part 1904 protects the privacy of injured and ill workers by requiring that highly personal information, such as the identities of individuals, or detailed information on sensitive conditions, be kept confidential. There’s a bigger picture here to. On a national level OSHA relies on data that managers like yours collect. Without this data OSHA cannot create more regulations or modify existing ones. And without appropriate regulations workers just like you might not be protected from serious injuries or even death. But in order for this recordkeeping system to be successful, you have to be involved. You and your representatives play a crucial role in complying with Part 1904 because you are the eyes and ears of the recordkeeping system. That is why you need to know how to report injuries and illness to management, as well as what data to give them.

osha recordkeeping training video employees

The Videotape Training Program comes with a comprehensive Leader's Guide, reproducible Scheduling & Attendance Form, Employee Quiz, Training Log and Training Certificate.

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