COVID-19 Workplace Safety: Records And Reporting Compliance Series
In the battle with COVID-19, organizations must show they are taking appropriate precautions, responding to cases, and meeting wide-ranging government requirements. Your recordkeeping and reporting procedures must provide a complete documentation trail from precautions to infections.
We have assembled a two-part webinar series to share concrete tactics for recording workplace safety activities and reporting employee cases. By implementing a comprehensive plan for storing COVID-19 data, you will be able to meet your legal obligations and reduce liability.
COVID-19 Workplace Safety: Records And Reporting Series
Wednesday, October 14
COVID-19 and Records to Keep to Show You are Keeping the Workplace Safe
1:30 PM Eastern; 12:30 PM Central; 11:30 AM Mountain; 10:30 AM Pacific
- Government recordkeeping requirements for COVID-19
- Documentation of safety complaints
- Employee health monitoring results
- FMLA and FFCRA sick leave records
- Cleaning and disinfection logs
COVID-19 Reporting: When And How To Use OSHA Form 300
3:00 PM Eastern; 2:00 PM Central; 1:00 PM Mountain; 12:00 PM Pacific
- OSHA reporting obligations
- Criteria for recording and reporting COVID-19 cases in the workplace
- Strategies to determine if COVID-19 infections are work-related
- Reporting procedures
- Form 300
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