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5 Tips for Staying Compliant with OSHA Record Keeping Requirements

Maintaining accurate and up-to-date records is an important part of any business, and this is especially true when it comes to occupational safety and health. Under the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA), employers are required to keep records of workplace injuries and illnesses. These records are used to identify trends and hazards, and to track progress in improving safety and health conditions in the workplace.

But navigating OSHA record keeping requirements can be challenging, especially for small businesses with limited resources. If you're not sure where to start, EHSPro Solutions can help. Our team of experienced professionals has a deep understanding of OSHA record keeping requirements and can assist you with all aspects of compliance.

Some of the services we offer to help businesses with OSHA record keeping compliance include:

  • Reviewing and updating injury and illness logs: It is important to keep accurate and up-to-date records of workplace injuries and illnesses. Our team can review your current logs and help you update them as needed to ensure compliance with OSHA requirements.

  • Providing guidance on the types of injuries and illnesses that need to be recorded: OSHA has specific requirements for the types of injuries and illnesses that must be recorded. Our team can provide guidance on what needs to be recorded and help you understand the criteria for recording an injury or illness.

  • Assisting with the investigation and documentation of incidents: When an incident occurs, it is important to investigate and document the details. Our team can help you conduct a thorough investigation and provide guidance on how to document the incident in a way that meets OSHA requirements.

  • Providing training to employees on record keeping requirements: It is important that all employees understand their role in record keeping. Our team can provide training to your employees on OSHA record keeping requirements and how to properly report injuries and illnesses.

Don't let the burden of record keeping hold you back from creating a safer and healthier workplace. Contact EHSPro Solutions to learn more about how we can help you with OSHA record keeping compliance. Our team is here to support you and ensure that you are in compliance with all relevant regulations.

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