The steering committee for the Lake County Safety Council is proud to present the January virtual/webinar program --- OSHA Record Keeping - with keynote speaker Scott Cole, Turner Construction.
The program is from 9 to 10 a.m. on Thursday, January 14, 2021. This training event is provided to you by the LCSC steering committee.
The webinar will provide important notes and instruction for employers and employees on how to research, prepare and present the OSHA 300 report.
Cole, an environmental, health and safety director at Turner Construction Company, is a board certified safety professional (CSP), as well as a certified safety management specialist (SMS).
He will stress the importance of understanding OSHA recordkeeping requirements and expectations. He also will demonstrate how to understand how a "recordable" is determined and what constitutes a "recordable."
Cole graduated from Kent State University with a degree in business management and business administration. He has a certification from Ohio University in Occupational Safety and Industrial Hygiene. Cole has significant safety experience in the manufacturing and government related fields and also is an independent safety consultant.
Program attendees will learn how to probperly docement incidents on the OHSA 300 report. Cole has various certifications in safety from Ohio State University and Texas A&M University. He is the current chapter delegate of the Northern Ohio Chapter of the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) and also serves on the executive committee of the Lake County Safety Council.
OSHA requires employers (who are required to keep OSHA logs) to post their OSHA summary (Form 300A) during the required posting period (February 1 thru April 30) for the prior calendar year. The summary log must be posted on premises where all employees/visitors can readily view the document
This is a virtual meeting and the registration information will be sent soon: