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March 2018

OSHA Recordkeeping Rule

OSHA’s Part 1904 Recordkeeping Rule requires organizations to report workplace-related illnesses and injuries. Managers/supervisors and employees all have a role in recordkeeping, and preventing work-related illnesses, injuries and fatalities.

This month we released two new courses to help you train employees and managers on OSHA recordkeeping. “OSHA Recordkeeping for Employees” helps employees understand the Recordkeeping Rule and the distinction between work-related and non-work-related illnesses and injuries. Employees learn how about the recordkeeping forms and how to report injuries and illnesses.

OSHA Recordkeeping for Managers and Supervisors” focuses on management’s role in keeping records of illnesses and injuries. It gives managers and supervisors the perspective to coach employees on the importance of recordkeeping, while understand employees’ rights.

Recordkeeping practices help companies learn from their experiences today to become even safer places to work tomorrow.

Back Safety Training

There is an estimated 31 million people in the U.S. suffering from back pain at any given time. Back injuries contribute to days missed from work, lost wages and decreased productivity. Luckily, most back injuries are preventable.

This month we released two new courses on back safety for people working in industrial and office environments. Both courses explain how the back works, types of back injuries and the importance of taking care of your back. The courses also demonstrate how to maintain healthy back posture and how to safely lift things.

New Refresher Training

This month we released three new concise safety training courses, perfect for refresher training. Each of these courses provides an overview on an important safety topic.

Walking and Working Surfaces: Comprehensive Training - Concise Version” trains employees on the nature of fall hazards, how to recognize them, and how to best minimize them.

PowerLift: Lifting Techniques for a Healthy Back - Concise Version” teaches employees a set of lifting techniques, the Powerlift techniques, that protect the back and allow employees to lift a variety of loads.

“Electrical Safety: 2018 NFPA 70E Arc Flash Training - Concise Version” explains the updates and changes in the 2018 NFPA 70E document wit a special emphasis on the two main electrical hazards; shock hazard and arc-flash hazards.

All three of these courses also have full-length counterparts.

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