OSHA Recordkeeping For Managers And Supervisors

$19.95

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 5,147 workers died on the job in 2017, which means on average, more than 99 fatalities occurred a week or more than 14 deaths every day. Many, if not all, of these fatalities could have easily been prevented. OSHA requires a system of record-keeping for supervisors to ensure a safe working environment and that standards are adhered to and maintained. Supervisors must understand their role in identifying hazards in the workplace and eliminating them or mitigating them before someone gets injured. This course explains the importance of record-keeping, covers exempt businesses, defines injuries and illnesses, and details employee rights. Use this course to help protect yourself and employees while on the job, and to demonstrate your organization’s commitment to safety and quality in the workplace.

Description

Audience:
Managers and supervisors

Workplaces:
Construction Project|Manufacturing Plant|Offices|Warehouse

Topics:
Introduction|The Importance Of Recordkeeping|Exempt Businesses|Defining “Injuries And Illnesses”|What Are “Work-Related” And “New” Cases?|The Three Key Recordkeeping Forms|Employee Rights|Other Recordkeeping Issues|Conclusion

Languages:
en-es

Video Format:
HD

Quiz Questions:
10

Number of Lessons:
9

Training Time:
17-27 minutes

Closed Captioning:
Yes

Devices Supported:
Windows, Apple, Android, Chrome

Required Plugins:
None

Interactive Producer:
Mastery Training Content Network

Original Content Producer:
Marcom, Ltd