How IndustrySafe Safety Software Can Help You Comply with OSHA’s Electronic Recordkeeping Requirements

TRA is pleased to announce that IndustrySafe safety management software has been updated to help organizations comply with OSHA’s final rule requiring the electronic submission of recordkeeping data. Numerous organizations currently use IndustrySafe software to record, track, and analyze workplace […]

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OSHA Announces Extended Electronic Recordkeeping Submission Deadline

A month after announcing its intention to propose extending the deadline to electronically submit 2016 300A data, OSHA has officially announced the new submission deadline. In May of 2016, the final rule “Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses” was […]

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OSHA releases injury tracking application specs for the recordkeeping final rule

OSHA recently released its technical specifications regarding the recordkeeping final rule.

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The deadline for posting your OSHA 300A log is quickly approaching [Video]

Employers must be ready for the upcoming OSHA recordkeeping data electronic submission deadline!

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Key deadlines for the electronic submission of OSHA recordkeeping data [Video]

Employers must follow proper recordkeeping practices to keep their employees safe at work. Companies must also know key deadlines and how this new electronic submission process will work for them.

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New OSHA final rule will require electronic submission of recordkeeping data [Video]

In May 2016, OSHA released a final rule requiring organizations in designated industries to electronically submit injury and illness information.

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What is a Total Case Incident Rate?

Here is how to calculate your company’s incident rate, along with how OSHA uses these figures.

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When should incidents be redlined on the OSHA 300 Log? [Video]

At times, new information may come to light for a previously recorded workplace incident, making the incident no longer considered a recordable incident. 

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How can I determine if an incident is work-related? [Video]

You can determine if an incident is work-related if the accident at work directly causes harm to an employee or aggravates a pre-existing illness or condition. 

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What is an OSHA recordable incident? [Video]

There are certain instances when employers are required to keep accurate records, such as in the event of a workplace injury, death or leave of absence. 

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