Using the most up-to-date OSHA manual, this seminar includes detailed explanations and examples of how OSHA defines “work related” and “work environment, as well as how to submit data to OSHA online!
For instance, OSHA requires that accidents in a facility’s parking lot to be recordable if the accident is “work related” or in the “work environment,” with the outcome being death, days away from work, restricted work or transfer to another job, medical treatment beyond first aid, loss of consciousness, or a significant injury or illness diagnosed by a physician or other licensed health care professional.
- OSHA’s most up-to-date guidelines for recordkeeping.
- OSHA's new electronic filing system.
- Recordable vs. non-recordable cases.
- Bloodborne pathogens and recordkeeping.
- Proposed changes in recordkeeping requirements.
- In-house first aid vs. emergency room treatment.
- Who is covered under OSHA guidelines.
- Hearing loss — STS.
- Occupational illness vs. industrial accidents.
- Written documentation concerning questions submitted to OSHA.
Ronnie Fulcher, President and CEO, H.A.S.C.A.T.S. (Health and Safety Consultation and Training Services, Inc.), Canton.
Tuesday, December 4, 2018
Registration: 8:00 – 8:30 a.m.
Program: 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Mississippi Manufacturers Association
720 N President St.
Jackson, MS 39202
$149 for MMA members; $215 for non-members.
Cost includes continental breakfast, lunch, refreshments and handout materials.
For MMA member companies sending three (3) or more employees from the same company location, cost is $115.
Cancellations require 48-hour notice.
Suggested Hotels in Jackson:
(Room rates based on availability.)
Cabot Lodge Millsaps
2375 N State Street
Corporate rate: $99 per night; code: MMA
Reminder notices will be sent a few days prior to the seminar. If you do not receive a reminder notice, or if you would like more information about this or other MMA seminars, contact Barbara at 601-292-1125 or email@example.com.