OSHA’s Electronic Submission Requirements:
Are you Prepared?  Due Dec 1st, 2017!

Thursday, August 24 , 2017

8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.

The Pinnacle Center in Hudsonville, MI


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What You Will Learn

On May 12, 2016, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued a final rule requiring many employers to electronically submit data from their work-related injury records directly to OSHA.

OSHA is now accepting injury records via their website. Employers have until December 1st, 2017 to comply.

OSHA plans on making this data available on their website starting next year!  This will allow the general public (your customers, employees, competitors, etc.) direct access to your company’s injury and loss time data!  Yes, that is right—direct access via OSHA’s website!

•    # of injuries
•    # of injuries resulting in loss time / missed work
•    # of injuries resulting in days away from work
•    Total # of days missed by injured employees
•    Total number of restricted days (light duty)
•    Type of injury

Dustin Boss will explain these new rules in detail and how to best prepare your organization for the upcoming changes.  We will also be providing an overview of OSHAlogs.com, a dynamic OSHA record keeping and injury intelligence web app to help you comply with these new requirements.

There is no cost for OSHAlogs.com for Ottawa Kent clients.  You won’t want to miss this seminar!

Our Speaker

Dustin J. Boss of Ottawa Kent Insurance &
Developer of OSHAlogs.com

About the Academy of Risk

Picture1Understanding risk and how it affects your business isn’t always easy. Ottawa Kent’s Academy of Risk Management was created to help our clients and friends better understand risk and the impact risk has on core business practices and strategies.

The Academy gives you a forum for learning about cutting edge approaches to risk identification, mitigation and control with workshops led by our faculty of experts including attorneys, risk managers, safety professionals, university professors, and insurance experts.