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  • 1. OSHA RECORDKEEPINGYAWAR HASSAN KHAN
  • 2. • The record keeping and reporting rule requires employers to record and report work –related fatalities , injuries and illnesses . It’s important to record or report a work related injury , illness or fatality
  • 3. • An injury or illness meets the general recording criteria and is recordable , if it results in any one of following six conditions :
  • 4. • Death• Days away from work• Restricted work or job transfer• Medical treatment beyond first aid• Loss of consciousness• A significant injury or illness diagnosed by a physician or other licensed health care professional
  • 5. • OSHA 300 form is the log of work related injuries and illnesses
  • 6. • OSHA 300 –A is the summary of work related injuries and illnesses
  • 7. • OSHA FORM 301 or equipment is the worker’s and employer’s report of occupational injury or disease
  • 8. • You must involve your employees and their representatives in the record keeping system
  • 9. • TOTAL NO. OF INJURIES AND ILLNESSES / NO. OF HOURS WORKED BY ALL EMPLOYEES * 200 , 000 = TOTAL RECORDABLE CASE RATE
  • 10. THANK YOU• PLEASE GIVE YOUR FEEDBACK :yawarhkhan@hotmail.com