Effective September 30, 2009, OSHA announced an Injury and Illness Recordkeeping National Emphasis Program focusing on inspecting the accuracy of Occupational Injury and Illness Recording and Reporting Requirements for selected high risk industries.  The following chart outlines how IndustrySafe Safety Software can assist in an OSHA audit of injury and illness record keeping:

Selected OSHA Components of the Injury and Illness Recordkeeping National Emphasis Program * IndustrySafe Can Help:
OSHA to review existing OSHA  300, 301, and 300A reports for 2007 and 2008 IndustrySafe Software generates 300, 301, and 300A reports once incidents are entered into the system.  Multiple years and multiple locations can be easily generated.

Go to:  IndustrySafe Software> Incidents >Regulatory Reports

OSHA to calculate the DART rate and compare to Employer DART rate. IndustrySafe Software calculates TCIR, DART rates including 3 year averages.

Go to:  IndustrySafe Software> Incidents Reports and Analysis>Injury Incident Rate Reports

OSHA to review total hours worked for all employees, average number of employees, complete roster of employees  IndustrySafe Software can store information about all employees; hours worked and average number of employees are stored within IndustrySafe

Go to:  IndustrySafe  Software >Incidents >Employee Summary for Employee Roster Information

 

Go to: IndustrySafe Software>System Functions>Annual Stats for Hours Information

OSHA to review detailed employee records including medical records, worker’s compensation records, insurance records, and if available company safety incidents reports, alternate duty rosters, disciplinary records to injury and illness IndustrySafe Software can store all type of Incident and Accident Reports.

Go to:  IndustrySafe Software> Incidents

IndustrySafe Software can generate First Report of Injury Notices and Worker’s Compensation Claims

 

Go to:  IndustrySafe Safety Software> Claims

Supporting documents (such as medical records) can be uploaded and linked to Incident Records

 

Go to:  IndustrySafe Software>Incidents

Review OSHA logs to identify any cases of over reporting  IndustrySafe Software includes logic that assists in determining if an incident is OSHA recordable (making it difficult to over report an incident).

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