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Injury & Illness Recordkeeping Wrap Up: Guidance to year-end reporting


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11/30/21 12:00 pm to 11/30/21 1:00 pm CST

Event Description

During this webinar, J. J. Keller’s experts will help you and your organization navigate through OSHA regulations. You’ll get answers to questions such as: How do you record days away for an employee whose time off resulting from injury extends from one year to the next?

Other important recordkeeping topics covered will include:

  • Reviewing the OSHA 300 log for accuracy
  • Filling out and posting Form 300A – a yearly summary of injury and illness data
  • Submitting summary data to OSHA

Attendees will be able to ask their own questions. Join us as we look at a step-by-step approach to ensuring you’ve met all your Part 1904 recordkeeping requirements.


Derick PlowdenDerick Plowden, Editor, J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc.

Derick is a technical editor for J. J. Keller’s content and consulting services. He writes for the monthly newsletter HazSafety Training Advisor, responds to customer questions and contributes content for several publications. Derick specializes in multiple topics, including construction regulations, ergonomics, walking-working surfaces, personal protective equipment and injury/illness recordkeeping.

Edwin ZalewskiEdwin Zalewski, Sr. Editor, J. J. Keller & Associates Inc.

As an EHS editor at J. J. Keller, Ed researches and creates content on a variety of safety-related topics and contributes to several products. He specializes in issues such as walking-working surfaces, powered industrial trucks and injury/illness recordkeeping.


Alan FergusonAlan Ferguson, Associate Editor, Safety+Health magazine

Alan covers worker safety for Safety+Health.



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