OSHA Recordkeeping for Managers & Supervisors Video
OSHA Recordkeeping for Managers & Supervisors Video

OSHA Recordkeeping for Managers & Supervisors Video

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VHS English Version Product Number: V000015VEO
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List Price: $229.00
Classification: Regulatory Compliance
Length of Video(in Minutes): 22
Year Produced: 2004
Publisher: MARCOM Group Ltd., The
Description: MARCOM's "OSHA Recordkeeping for Managers and Supervisors" Videotape Program helps facilities comply with OSHA's Recordkeeping regulation (29 CFR Part 1904). It covers the details of the regulation's requirements and shows actual workplace incidents that demonstrate what a manager's responsibilities are in documenting and reporting recordable accidents. Areas covered in the program include revisions in the regulation, why recordkeeping is important, which recordkeeping requirements apply to specific work environments, using the new recordkeeping forms, "recordable incident" scenarios, and more. The program can be used in conjunction with the MARCOM's Videotape Training Program "OSHA Recordkeeping for Employees" to train workers at all levels, and provide them with a common base of understanding about OSHA's recordkeeping requirements. 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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OSHA Recordkeeping Video Excerpt: Employers and managers like you have a powerful tool for making their facility safer. It makes documenting workplace injuries and illnesses easier. And it helps you to make the right long term decisions about your safety program. Its OSHA’s revamped recordkeeping system often referred to as Part 1904 after its federal regulation part number. There are three forms at the heart of Part 1904. Two of these are updates of previous forms, while the third is a new edition. The first is OSHA Form 300. Better known as the log of work related injuries and illnesses. It has been simplified and reformatted to fit legal sized paper so you can fit more detailed information than before. This is the ongoing record of all illnesses and injuries that occur in a facility. OSHA’s Form 301, the injury and illness incident report, must be filled out for each incident. It also includes room for even more data for a specific injury or illness. The additional form, 300A, is called the summary of work related injuries and illnesses. It allows you to create a statistical overview of employee injury patterns, enabling you to make informed decisions about worker safety programs. All of these OSHA recordkeeping forms are written in plain language, and use a question and answer format. They also include helpful flowcharts, and checklists. But forms aren’t all there is to Part 1904. It gets employees involved in the recordkeeping process as well, and mandates that they are provided appropriate access to accident information. Part 1904 now also requires that the annual summary of workplace injuries and illnesses are posted for a longer period of time, so employees have more time to examine it.

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