The workshop explains the regulatory requirements for OSHA's recordkeeping standard; Part 1904 = Recording and Reporting Occupational Injuries and Illnesses. Class attendees will learn which types of injuries and illnesses are recordable, how to make entries on the OSHA 300 recordkeeping forms, and how to complete the annual summary form. The workshop will also discuss OSHA's updated reporting requirements that go into effect in Iowa in March 2015.
Who should attend? Those responsible for, or who have been given the task of, documenting work-related illnesses or injuries. The recordkeeping standard applies to those cities with 10 or more employees throughout the year (with full and part time employees included in the count) while the reporting standard applies to all cities.
Workshop Schedule (all sessions from 9:00am to Noon)
Wednesday, December 3 IAMU Office and Training Complex
1735 NE 70th Avenue, Ankeny
Thursday, December 4 Mount Pleasant
Emergency Management Center, 900 W. Washington Street
Thursday, December 11 Elkader
Emergency Services Building, 921 Humphrey St. NE
Thursday, December 18 Harlan
Fire Station, 906 Cyclone Ave.
Friday, December 19 Algona
Public Library, 210 N. Phillips St.
Registration is $75 per person and IAMU Risk Management Coupons may be redeemed for this event. Registration information is available on the IAMU website.