OSHA Record Keeping
Corperate Health Care is pleased to offer this free seminar to anyone who is involved in OSHA Record Keeping.
Are you confident that you know all steps and process involved in OSHA record keeping? If not, or if you think that you are, but have questions, please RSVP to attend this seminar.
- How to & when to complete the OSHA 300 log
- What is recordable?
- How long do I have to retain the records for?
- Who can look at the OSHA records?
- What are the record keeping requirements?
- Do I have to fill in every field on the OSHA 300 log?
Class Speaker: Leona May
Leona May has been employed by Federal OSHA for over 20 years. She was initially hired as a compliance officer in the Hartford Area office. In 1991, she transferred to Bridgeport when a new office was opened. In the field, Leona worked as both a Safety Compliance Officer and an Industrial Hygienist covering General Industry, Construction and the Maritime Industries. In 2001, she was promoted to Compliance Assistance Specialist. In this position, Leona is only involved with outreach activities.
Leona received a BS in Occupational Safety and Health from the University of New Haven. In 2008 The American Society of Safety Engineers awarded Leona the New England Safety Professional of the Year Award.
Registration begins at 8:00AM
Seminar runs from 8:30AM – 11:30AM
If you have any questions or would like to register, please contact Barbara Coles at (203) 749-5722
24 Hospital Ave
Danbury CT 06810
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