OSHA 300 Recordkeeping Course (1 Hour)
Who Should Take This Course?
Employers and managers are responsible for the safety of their job sites, and accurate recordkeeping is part of ensuring safety. When you keep track of occupational injuries and illnesses, you can stay in compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations while identifying workplace risks that need to be eliminated.
Hazmat School’s OSHA 300 Recordkeeping and Reporting for Workplace Injuries and Illnesses course is an online safety course for employees, supervisors and managers who are responsible for recording and reporting any workplace injury or illness. If you are required to fill out OSHA 300, 300A or 301 forms, this course could benefit you.
Our online OSHA 300 log course is based on the requirements found in 29 CFR 1904 and has been updated with all recent changes to the regulations. The goal of this course is to help you keep a proper record of injuries and illness so you can prevent and minimize accidents in the future.
Industries That Require This Course
Most businesses with more than 10 employees are required to keep a record of serious workplace illnesses, injuries and deaths. Although some low-risk industries are partially exempt from this rule, employers in a wide range of industries need to consider recordkeeping a mandatory part of doing business. These records allow employees and OSHA to evaluate a working environment’s safety and identify areas that require improvement.
Our online training for OSHA 300 recordkeeping is designed to meet the needs of human resources representatives, managers, supervisors, business owners and employees in all industries. Industries that may benefit from improved OSHA 300 recordkeeping include:
- Warehousing and distribution
- Oil and gas extraction
After completing our online training for OSHA 300 recordkeeping, students should be able to:
- Meet the requirements found in 29 CFR 1904
- Recognize OSHA’s rules for reporting fatalities and serious workplace accidents
- Recognize OSHA’s rules for recordable injuries and illnesses
- Identify and correctly fill out OSHA’s 300, 300A, and 301 forms
What Regulations Does This Course Satisfy?
Our course covers the essential aspects of OSHA 300 recordkeeping outlined in 29 CFR 1904. If you need to learn how to fill out OSHA 300, 300A or 301 forms properly and comply with OSHA requirements for reporting workplace illnesses and injuries, our OSHA 300 recordkeeping certification course can meet your needs.
This course covers everything you need to know to keep good records at your workplace. When you enroll in our online OSHA 300 log course, you can expect to learn about the recordkeeping requirements in 29 CFR 1904, the rules for reporting fatalities and accidents, and how to identify and fill out OSHA’s reporting forms. You will also learn what types of injuries and illnesses must be reported and what recent changes to the regulations mean for your business’s recordkeeping.
The information covered in this course is presented entirely online through an engaging PowerPoint presentation.
This course is a powerpoint with audio so you will need a computer or iPad with Internet access, speakers, and an email account. All course materials are available throughout the course including great reference links to use after the training. The course will take approximately one hour or less to complete. There are no prerequisites for this course, so anyone can learn about OSHA 300 recordkeeping regardless of current position or previous experience.
Passing this course requires completing the multiple choice or true/false exam with a grade of 75% or better. If you do not receive a grade of at least 75% on the final quiz, you may retake the quiz up to a total of three (3) times.
Course Schedule and Deadlines
Once you get enrolled in the course you can get started right away. The course is designed to be self-paced and you will have 30 days to complete it and can come and go as you need. After one month, you will need to re-enroll if you have not finished. Upon successful completion of the course you will receive a pdf certificate right away.
Accreditation, Certification and CEUs
After completing our online course, you will receive an OSHA 300 recordkeeping certification to serve as documentation of training. If you decide to take this course as part of continuing education, you can receive 0.1 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) or one contact hour.
Why Choose Hazmat School?
Even if your business complies with other OSHA regulations, you must ensure you are recording work-related illnesses and injuries accurately every time. At Hazmat School, we make our OSHA 300 recordkeeping courses both affordable and convenient so you can fulfill this obligation. We provide all our course materials online and offer discounts for groups and government employees. We even have experienced remote instructors available to answer questions and provide support around the clock.
More OSHA Safety Courses
29 CFR 1915.1001,
29 CFR 1926.1101, and
AHERA 40 CFR 763.92(a)(1)