Date & Time
Tuesday, January 9, 2024
10:00 am-3:00 pm
   |   Virtual Conference
Continuing Education:
CLE and SHRM certifications are pending.

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Are you aware you may have to electronically submit all of your OSHA 300 logs in 2024 to OSHA and all of your data may be discoverable under a Freedom of Information Act Request? Do you want to ensure you are compliant with OSHA recordkeeping before your data becomes public? OSHA is planning to utilize the data collected to identify problematic safety trends in various industries, but undoubtedly, several employers will be individually targeted due to their safety data. Whether intended or unintended, the consequence is also that unions and other third parties will utilize this data during litigation and take stringent bargaining positions.

Don't fear, attend Littler's OSHA Recordkeeping 300 Log Workshop, where members of Littler's OSHA Practice Group will help you navigate the specific nuances to ensure proper compliance with OSHA 300 logs, e-recordkeeping, and identify trends in injury and illnesses to reduce safety compliance risks. 

During this workshop we will cover:

  • OSHA's new update to OSHA 300 Rules
  • Common pitfalls that OSHA capitalizes on and how to avoid them
  • Understanding what to record and what is not recordable
  • Reviewing complex hypotheticals
  • How to ensure your documentation is properly certified, posted and electronically filed

Program: 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. (30 minute lunch break at 12:00 p.m.)

Cost: $200