Record Keeping

$49.00

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Overview

Overview

OSHA requires every employer who has more than ten employees, and whose organization hasn’t been classified as a partially exempt industry to keep records of all work related injuries and illnesses. This course is designed to help employers identify and record work-related injuries and illnesses, and report specific death and hospital cases to OSHA. The participants will grasp the importance of recordkeeping and learn the OSHA regulations for recordkeeping.

Why MISP

Why MISP

Nothing can equal the years of experience the trainers at MISP has accumulated, in training professionals. A direct understanding of the trends in the industry helps us devise methodological training strategies that will hit the mark.

We have adapted well with the changes that has happened in the teaching-learning process in the present industrial scenario.

Our online system has been designed so that the participants can review their progress. We also facilitate telephonic, as well as face-to-face consultation and weekly workshops.

The online classroom system is a part of the upcoming educational system. Even working professionals can access our courses without disrupting their work schedule.

We understand the basic duty of an educator and strive to provide the best learning experience that will help them attain their goals.

Our helpdesk is open to any queryes that you might have. Reach out to us for the assistance of an educational advisor.

Our promise is; we keep a track of your progress to your certification.

Program Details

Program Details

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
Recognize the importance of OSHA recordkeeping and reporting.
Identify the workplace actions that are in compliance with the OSHA recordkeeping and reporting requirements.
Distinguish between OSHA recordable and non-recordable cases.
Determine the appropriate category for a recordable case.

 

 

TOPICS COVERED:
· Purpose (of the rule)

· Partial Exemption

· Size Exemption

· Industry Exemption

· Recording Criteria

· General Recording Criteria

· Forms

· Covered Employees

· Annual Summary

· Retention and Updating

· Change of Ownership

· Employee Involvement

· Prohibition against Discrimination

· State Plans

· Fatality/Catastrophu Reporting

· Providing Records to Government Representatives

REGULATORY REQUIREMENT: Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

SEAT TIME: This course has been approved for 1 hour.

COURSE PRE-REQUISITE: N/A

TESTING: Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed to the next lesson.
Final Exam- Final Exam must be passed with a 70% minimum to gain the certification. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.

Benefits of the Program

Benefits of the Program

On completion of the course the participants will understand the importance of OSHA regulations in recordkeeping, and also grasp clearly the criteria for recording work-related injuries.

Delivery of the Program

Delivery of the Program

Printed;copy of the power point presentation – same as used in physical workshops
Printed copy of the student manual or the training guide.
Printed copy of the worksheet or exercise sheets.
Printed copy of quick tips and tricks of the subject you choose.
Online access of power point presentation – You can see on the web with your login anytime anywhere
Online access to test
Online access to carefully chosen relevant articles.
Online access to carefully chosen audio video clips.
Completion certificate is mailed to you on successful completion of the test
Some programs have an original book by renowned authors.

Your Instructor

Your Instructor

This is a self study program. Same programs are cnducted in workshops and as instructor led training. Our instructors are subject matter experts with immense industry experience.

Practice Test

Practice Test

MISP provides practice tests that can be taken online through the e-learning portal to prepare you for the real experience. Login details for the test will be sent to each participant after the completion of the course registration.

Batch Schedule

Batch Schedule

Please refer to the news and events section in the home page to find your favourite course and the next batch schedule.

Accredition

Accredition

Course completion certificates will be issued on the completion of the course. This course is accredited to CPD, UK and is a global standard and will be accepted everywhere on the globe.

MISP course accreditation numbers –

1215C1, 1215C2, 1215C3, 1215C4, 1215C5, 1215C6, 1215C7, 1215C8,

1215C9, 1215C10, 1215C11, 1215C12, 1215C13