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How OSHA Record Keeping Has Changed Due to COVID-19

 

How OSHA Record Keeping Has Changed Due to COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way many companies do business. However, companies are still required to record work-related injuries, illnesses and fatalities, as well as post their OSHA 300 A summaries on February 1. This webinar will review current injury and illness reporting requirements as well as COVID related changes.

Join us for a special session with Ed Foulke, former head of the OSHA in the George W. Bush Administration. He will provide a detailed discussion and give attendees the tools needed to meet all of the OSHA record keeping requirements created by the COVID crisis in the United States.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • How OSHA record keeping has changed due to COVID-19
  • What the future may look like for OSHA record keeping post-pandemic
  • How you can prepare for potential policy changes under President Biden’s Administration
 
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