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Learn what's required on OSHA Form 300 & 300A, what incidents are OSHA recordable, and how to post this information to stay in compliance.
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January 21, 2019; 9:30-10:00am


  • How to use the OSHA 300 Log
  • How to complete the OSHA 300A to fulfill your posting requirement
  • Which incidents are recordable (and which are not)
  • How to record employee hours if they are paid by the mile
  • What's at risk if you don't follow this OSHA reg
  • Step by step guide on submitting your required information to OSHA’s injury tracking application


  • Kyle Meinert, Risk Advisor, HNI Risk Services

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  • Safety & HR Managers responsible for completing OSHA 300 log and OSHA Form 300A


An important OSHA compliance deadline starts Feb. 1. Are you ready?

Most businesses will need to post their OSHA Form 300A from Feb. 1 through April 30. This document communicates with your people a summary of your OSHA recordable incidents (OSHA 300) for the previous year — that's work-related injuries and illnesses. Failure to meet this requirement could result in big fines for your organization!

In this HNI U webinar, attendees learn what's required on OSHA Form 300 & 300A, what incidents are OSHA recordable, and how to post this information to stay in compliance.



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