Starting January 1, 2015, OSHA's recordkeeping rules will include two key revisions to the existing policy. 1) A number of industries that were previously not required to keep OSHA injury and illness records will now have to maintain a log to comply with OSHA standards and 2) The list of severe work-related injuries and hospitalizations that must be reported to OSHA in less than 24 hours has expanded.
We invite you to join our webinar on November 19th for an in-depth look at these new rules. Seyfarth's Mark Lies and Kerry Mohan will navigate the legal aspects and interpretations of the rule's revisions while David Malter, the President of Malter Associates, Inc., will provide an overview of the OSHA log for the entities now required to record keep as well as discuss the key recordkeeping aspects for entities already maintaining a log.
Topics will include:
- Updates to OSHA's Recordkeeping Rule
- Log Assistance and Training
- Key Aspects of Recordkeeping
- Civil and Criminal Penalties for Log Maintenance Failure
- Recommendations on Responding to OSHA Inspections