This seminar will teach you the OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping analysis, review the latest interpretations, and address the issues that many recordkeepers get wrong. In addition, we'll provide you with a workers’ compensation primer regarding recent national trends, claims saving best practices, and effective defense strategies often overlooked or improperly asserted.
The training is geared toward business owners, human resource professionals, company recordkeepers, safety and health managers, as well as health care providers.
Join our OSHA Practice Group Co-chair Bill Principe as he discusses the following
- The Constangy approach to the OSHA Recordkeeping Analysis
- The Big Circle Analysis for determining work relatedness
- The most up-to-date recordkeeping interpretations from OSHA
- Common mistakes by recordkeepers
- The COVID-19 recordkeeping analysis
This is a great opportunity to train your new recordkeepers and to ensure that your existing recordkeepers keep abreast of OSHA's interpretations of the recordkeeping requirements.
Workers' Compensation attorneys, Eric Proser will discuss
- Workers' compensation best practices
- Successful workers' compensation defenses
- Light duty return-to-work issues
- Recent trends affecting claim costs
9:00 a.m. - 10:30 p.m. OSHA Recordkeeping Training
10:30 - 10:45 p.m. Break
10:45 - 12:30 p.m. Workers' Compensation Seminar
Registration fee is $125 for each attendees.