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On Demand Webinar: OSHA Recordkeeping

OSHA Recordkeeping

Ensuring workplace safety is not just a priority—it's a legal obligation. Join our comprehensive webinar where we break down the OSHA recordkeeping requirements to help you navigate your workplace safety. 

This webinar will cover:

  • OSHA 300 

    • What is required and how to record injuries. 

    • Samples will be provided and areas to refer to when recording injuries.

  •  OSHA 300a 

    • Who, what, and when: Uncover the intricacies of OSHA 300a.
    • Understand electronic submission requirements and deadlines.
    • Ensure compliance with the latest regulations.
  • Injury reporting to OSHA
    • Identify incidents that necessitate reporting to OSHA.
    • Learn the crucial timelines: 8 or 24 hours post-injury.
  • Medical Records Overview - Maintaining Compliance
  • This webinar is open to all and is free to register.
  • Each attendee will receive a link to the recording of the presentation as well as a copy of the presentation slides.
  • There will be a Q&A with the speaker at the end of the webinar.



Meet the Speaker

Rick BartonRick Barton, CSP ARM

Manager of Risk Control Services | Principal

Rick has over 20 years of experience in safety and risk control, working with clients in many industries including Construction, Mining, Trucking, Manufacturing, and Hospitality. He specializes in assessing risk for the clients of Hausmann Group to reduce loss potential. Through safety assessments and loss analysis, Rick develops solutions that include safety management techniques, training, and engineering. Additionally, he has been asked to speak at local and national safety conferences on topics such as "How to Manage Safety on a Jobsite", and "What it Takes to be a Safety Leader”.

Rick is an Authorized Instructor of OSHA Regulations Construction and General Industry Regulations. He is an active member of the Wisconsin Transportation Builders Association (WTBA), Associated Builders & Contractors (ABC), the Wisconsin chapter of The American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), and the Association of General Contractors (AGC). He is also on the Advisory Board of the Safety Studies Department at the University of Wisconsin Whitewater.


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