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2022 OSHA Recordkeeping Webinar
January 18 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Tuesday, January 18 from noon to 1 PM, eastern time.
JANUARY 31: First 2021 OSHA Injury Summary DEADLINE!
With changes occurring in Washington, DC, and the “unknown factor” that is associated with every new administration, you’ll want to ensure your 2021 OSHA recordkeeping is accurate and completed on time.
Is this important? YES! OSHA 1904(a)(1) states: “If your company had 10 or fewer employees at all times during the last calendar year, you do not need to keep OSHA injury and illness records unless OSHA or the Bureau of Labor Statistics informs you in writing that you must keep records…”
This means, if you DID have more than 10 employees in 2021, the regulations apply to you. Even more requirements kick in if you had 20 or more people on the payroll in 2021, as you are required to upload your data to the OSHA website’s Injury Tracking App. Additionally, some companies were “invited” by the Bureau of Labor Statistics to “participate” in their injury data collection survey. It’s not optional. Your responses will be evaluated, for one key purpose: To decide if you will be inspected by OSHA for having an injury rate above the industry average. For printers with less than 75 employees, a single recordkeeping error could be enough to trigger this comprehensive inspection.
Brian Rutherford, printing industry regulatory specialist, will conduct this webinar, drawing upon his 30-plus years of experience in the world of workplace safety and OSHA compliance. He will cover:
- An overview of OSHA’s recordkeeping requirements and explain how to properly complete OSHA Forms 300, 300A and 301.
- What does NOT have to be recorded.
- Updates on how positive COVID-19 cases among your workforce may be OSHA-recordable – a major change from previous recordkeeping requirements.
Our webinar is scheduled for one hour, but Brian will stay on later for Q-and-A.
***For all who attend this webinar, Brian is offering a complimentary and confidential review of your OSHA 300 Log and OSHA 300A Summary forms to troubleshoot your documentation for any errors or “red flags.”***
PrintGuard 2021 OSHA Recordkeeping Webinar sponsored by INX International Ink Company
- Date: January 18, 2022
- Time: Noon EST
- Q-and-A immediately following
Free to PICA Members, non-members can register for $39.00
Presented by Brian Rutherford: Brain has over 35 years of experience in OSHA compliance and risk management for printing and publishing, manufacturing and construction companies. He has worked exclusively in the printing industry for 20 years as a regulatory specialist for PIA MidAmerica and other regional affiliates, where he functions as the safety director for more than 30 printing companies. In this capacity, he also developed PrintGuard, the first OSHA 10-Hour and 30-Hour Classes for General Industry that are specific to the graphic communications sector. He has personally developed and implemented employee safety and health programs, turned around failed programs, and participated in over 300 OSHA inspections at printing companies.
Mr. Rutherford retired as a Major after 25 years of service in the Air Force Reserve. His “second career” positions included Aircraft Maintenance Officer, Ground Safety Technician and Aircraft Structural Repair Specialist. Brian has a Bachelor’s Degree in Safety Management from the University of Central Missouri.
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