OSHA Recordkeeping & Reporting Compliance Kit & GHS Compliance Training Program
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OSHA Recordkeeping and Reporting Compliance Kit
OSHA regulation 29 CFR 1904 requires all employers to report certain work-related injuries and accidents directly to OSHA within 24 hours, and all fatalities within 8 hours. Employers with 11 or more employees in non-exempt industries must also comply with OSHA 300 recordkeeping requirements, and a revised list of exempt industries is also effective January 1st. Violations of OSHA’s injury reporting and recordkeeping requirements can result in fines up to $10,000.
All employers covered by OSHA must also comply with documentation and record retention requirements under existing OSHA standards. These regulations require various training and medical records to be created and retained for between 3 and 30 years. Failure to comply with OSHA requirements regarding training records and medical records can result in fines up to $7,000 per violation.
GHS Compliance Training Program
Our GHS Compliance Training Program is a comprehensive collection of print and digital resources to deliver mandatory GHS training to all employees. Effective June 1st, 2015, all chemical manufacturers must begin using the new GHS labeling system for all affected chemicals and related products.
Under OSHA’s hazard communication standard (CFR 1910.1200), businesses that use or store hazardous chemicals must train their employees on how to properly read chemical labels and safety data sheets. Failure to comply with OSHA’s hazard communication standard, including mandatory training requirements, can result in fines up to $7,000 per violation. The mandatory GHS training must include information to help employees understand how to read new GHS chemical labels (including pictograms) and what chemical safety information is included on new chemical safety data sheets (SDS).
To help our customers demonstrate good-faith compliance, Personnel Concepts has introduced a special reduced price offer featuring our OSHA Recordkeeping & Reporting Compliance Kit as well as our GHS Compliance Training Program at 20% off the normal combined price.
Who Needs It
All employers with 1+ employees must comply with OSHA’s revised final rule on injury & illness reporting and documentation requirements effective 01/01/15. Employers with 11+ employees in non-exempt industries must also comply with OSHA Log 300 recordkeeping requirements. In addition, any business that uses or stores hazardous chemicals must comply with the GHS training requirement by the 06/01/15 effective date.
The SPO-RKG combination offer includes the following materials and information (regularly $179.90 if purchased separately).
OSHA Recordkeeping and Reporting Compliance Kit including an all-in-one Guidebook featuring complete coverage of OSHA’s final injury reporting rule, guidance on requirements relating to training records and medical records, and in-depth information on OSHA’s Part 1904 recordkeeping rule:
- 25 OSHA 301 Injury and Illness Report Forms
- 25 Training Handouts for managers & employees
- A CD-ROM with digital forms required by Federal OSHA & State OSHA Plans
- 8.5” x 11” OSHA Reporting Rule Information Poster
GHS Compliance Training Program including:
- A CD-ROM that includes visual media training presentations (in PPT & PDF formats) and printable/reproducible training handouts, including interactive learning activities and job aids
- A print/digital Facilitator’s Guide that can be used to prepare and deliver training
- 25 GHS Training Quizzes
- 25 GHS Training Acknowledgement Forms