New Rule On Record-Keeping - OSHA Form 300 - OSHA's recordkeeping requirements, have been implemented since 1971 and were created to help employers identify workplace hazards and correct conditions hazardous to employees by maintaining records and tracking injuries, illnesses, and their causes. The new rule has been created to simplify the recordkeeping system and the use of technology for employees.
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As a supervisor, you are responsible for accident reports, safety training, making sure employees follow safety rules and wear personal protective equipment. Supervisors must know company policies and procedures and train employees. The supervisor is the only person having direct control over employees; therefore, the supervisor is absolutely responsible and accountable for safety. This program includes comments from experts in the field of safety. Emphasis is on the responsibility of the supervisor, counseling and accident investigation. Recordkeeping has been updated lately, but this program is a good method of teaching recordkeeping requirements.
Runtime: 12 Min.
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