OSHA Recordkeeping

(Webinar Length:  1hr 35min)


OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Administration) is aggressively enforcing injury and illness recordkeeping requirements during inspections. Recently, the Agency issued a record $1.2 million penalty for 83 violations of the recordkeeping regulation. OSHA even completed a National Emphasis Program which specifically targeted employers that – whether unintentional or deliberate – inaccurately recorded the injuries and illnesses in the workplace. Even more concerning for many employers, OSHA has proposed a new rule which would mandate covered employers to submit their site-specific OSHA data to the Agency to be used for inspection targeting as well as made available for public review. This would include information from their OSHA 300/ 300A/301 logs.

Learning Objectives:

  • Most common violations and how to avoid them
  • Overview of OSHA’s recordkeeping requirements
  • Understand when and how to keep injury and illness records
  • OSHA enforcement policies and procedures
  • Recordkeeping and reporting on multi-employer worksites
  • Differentiate between First Aid, Recordable, and Days Away/Restricted/Transferred cases
  • Understand the mechanics of completing OSHA 300, 300A, 301 logs
  • Address Frequently Asked Questions and “Special Circumstances”
  • Overview of the proposed new requirements for injury and illness reporting

Who Will Benefit from this Webinar:

  • Company officers and executives
  • Operations and maintenance personnel
  • Human Resources personnel
  • Manufacturing supervisors and managers
  • Construction supervisors and managers
  • Regulatory compliance managers
  • Safety and health professionals
  • Small businesses in manufacturing or construction
  • Anyone interested in OSHA compliance or occupational safety and health issues


Gabe Sierra is the founder and President of Prometrix Consulting. Prior to founding Prometrix Gabe was Chief of Staff for OSHA.  During his tenure as a senior member of the Assistant Secretary’s management team he helped lead a decline in the injury / illness and fatality rates to the lowest levels in the nation’s history.  With more than 20 years of industry and government experience, he has extensive professional expertise in industrial engineering and construction, OSHA regulatory management, manufacturing, and process manufacturing technology development. He possesses 7 utility patents and holds a BS in Electrical Engineering and MBA in Finance.

Dave Ippolito is a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) having retired from OSHA after more than 30 years of service in the Agency. With more than 15 years of enforcement experience and has conducted more than 500 inspections in a variety of industries including construction, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, specialty chemicals, and manufacturing just to name a few. In addition, he was the Director of OSHA’s Office of Science and Technology Assessment.  His clients benefit from his proven expertise and experiences obtained both from the field and his national office management He has his BS in Environmental Science from Rutgers University.

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