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Title: OSHA


1
OSHAs New Recordkeeping Standard
2
Why is OSHA Recordkeeping Important??
  • Provides information to employers employees on
    injuries/illnesses related hazards in their
    workplaces
  • Employers Management tool for administration of
    company safety health programs
  • Employees Raises awareness level
  • Provides OSHA compliance staff with information
    to facilitate inspections
  • Produces statistical data, thereby measuring
    magnitude of nation's injury illness problem

3
OSHA VS. WRKR. COMP.
  • OSHA RECORDKEEPING REQUIREMEENTS ARE NOT THE SAME
    AS WORKERS COMPENSATION REQUIREMENTS!!!!

4
New Forms
  • 300 Log
  • 301 Supplemental Form
  • 300A Summary

5
Recording Criteria
  • Injuries and Illnesses
  • Work Related
  • New Case
  • Meet one or more of Gen. Requirements
  • Additional Criteria

6
Additional Recording Criteria
  • Needlestick and Sharp
  • Tuberculosis
  • Hearing Loss
  • Medical Removal
  • MSD Cases

7
Exceptions to Work Environment
  • EE member of the general public
  • Symptoms at work but source isnt
  • Results voluntarily from wellness/recreation
    programs
  • Eating/Preparing foods
  • Performing personal tasks outside of normal work
    hours
  • Personal grooming, self medication (for non work
    related illness), self inflicted.
  • Motor vehicle accident in co. parking lot
  • Common cold/flu

8
Exceptions (continued)
  • Common cold/flu
  • Mental Illness

9
Travel Status
  • Hotel
  • Detours

10
General Recording Criteria
  • For Injuries and Illnesses
  • Death
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Lost work day
  • Restricted work time/Job transfer
  • Medical treatment
  • Significant injury or illness diagnosed by
    physician or licensed health care professional

11
Lost Work Days
  • Count Calendar Days
  • Doctor/Licensed Health Care Providers Opinion
  • Counting Cap 180 days

12
Restricted Work Days/Job Transfer
  • Count Calendar Days
  • Capp 180 Days
  • Permanent Transfer

13
Medical Treatment - Exceptions
  • Visits to Medical Professional Solely for Medical
    Observation
  • First Aid (ex. Butterfly Dressings)
  • Diagnostic Procedures
  • Prescription Medication (ex. eyes drops)

14
First Aid
  • Enclosed list of First Aid Treatments
  • No other treatment!

15
Significant Diagnosed Injury or Illness
  • Diagnosed by Physician or Licensed Health Care
    Specialist
  • Cancer
  • Chronic Irreversible Disease
  • Fractured or Cracked Bone (ex. Broken Toe, Broken
    Rib)
  • Punctured Eardrum

16
Hearing Loss
  • STS of 10db or more at 2000, 3000, and 4000 htz.
  • Adjusted for Age
  • Retesting STS not Recorded if New Test
    Performed Within 30 days (with negative results)

17
Recording
  • Within 7 Calendar Days
  • Centralized Records
  • Recorded within 7 calendar days
  • Make copies available
  • Employees
  • Former employees
  • Government Reps.
  • Employees Reps

18
Privacy Concern
  • Privacy Case In Place of EE Name
  • Injury or illness to intimate part of the body
  • Sexual assault
  • Mental illness
  • HIV, hepatitis, tuberculosis
  • Contaminated needlestick/sharps cut
  • Other illness If employee voluntarily requests
    it

19
Privacy Concern (cont.)
  • No Other Cases Classified as Privacy Case
  • Additional Allowed Discretion in Describing
    Injury

20
300A - Summary
  • Separate Page
  • February 1, through April 30
  • Signed by Company Executive
  • Company Owner If sole proprietorship
  • Officer of Corporation
  • Highest ranking company official at worksite
  • Immediate supervisor of the highest ranking
    company official at the establishment

21
300 Disclosure
  • Disclosed by the End of the Next Business Day
  • Employee or Former Employee
  • Authorized Rep.
  • Personal Rep.
  • Designated by the employee or former employee in
    writing
  • Legal rep. of a deceased or mentally
    incapacitated employee or former employee

22
301 Disclosure
  • Within 7 Calendar Days
  • Authorized employee rep.
  • Only supply section entitled Tell Us About the
    Case
  • Next Business Day
  • Personal rep.
  • Employee or former employee

23
Retain/Maintain
  • 300, 301, 300A Must be Retained for 5 Years
    Minimum
  • 300 Must be Maintained for the 5 Years

24
Other Reporting
  • Fatalities/Mass Hospitalization (3 or More
    Employees)
  • Reported orally (to the Area Office nearest the
    incident)
  • Must be reported within 8 hours
  • Central number 1-800-321-0SHA

25
Other Reporting (cont.)
  • Exception (Fatality/Mass Hospitilization)
  • Motor vehicle accident on public street or
    highway.
  • Public Transportation
  • More than 30 days past accident
  • Still needs to be recorded

26
Government Representatives
  • Required to Supply Copies of Records
  • Must Be Supplied Within 4 Business Hours
  • Reps. Include
  • Rep. of Secretary of Labor
  • Rep. of Secretary of Health and Human Services
    (including NIOSH) conducting and investigation
  • Rep. of State agency responsible for admin. of
    state plan
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