What Every Employer Should Know About Employee Injuries and Illnesses
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Gain a better understanding of the process in regards to OSHA regulations based around employee injuries that are recordable versus nonrecordable.
As an employer, do you know your role and responsibility of ensuring proper regulatory notification, recordkeeping and incident investigation protocols pertaining to satisfy the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) regulations? Are you familiar of the available resources that you can utilize to help navigate you through the murky waters or regulatory red tape? During this topic, you will benefit from learning the basic and intermediate skills to feel confident you are meeting federal or state approved OSHA regulations. This information will embark you on an adventure to learn the mistakes of others through general discussion and case study. Your instructor has 20+ years of experience on this discussion topic and will provide you with real case management incidents, OSHA and workers' compensation fraud investigations. An investment in this topic will be a cost avoidance of medical bills, rising workers' compensation insurance and OSHA penalties of noncompliance.
AuthorsMichael J. Aust, East Coast Safety Training
Define an OSHA Recordable Injury
• What Is First Aid Treatment?
• When and What Injuries to Notify OSHA
• How and Where to Document an OSHA Recordable Injury
OSHA Recordable Criteria vs. Workers' Compensation
• Proper and Adequate Case Management
• Utilization of Case Management Resources
• OSHA Top 10 List Review
• Rising Cost of OSHA Penalties
• Employee Engagement and Empowerment