The much delayed OSHA Electronic Reporting Rule is now in effect. The December 31st deadline for reporting 2016 incidents left many scrambling to submit in the format required by OSHA. Organizations who take the proper steps to organize data now will not only simplify 2017 300A submissions by the July 1st deadline, they will also be positioned to gain unprecedented insight into their safety performance.
This complimentary webinar will feature an overview of OSHA's new recordkeeping rule, strategies for meeting compliance obligations, tactics for organizing and preparing incident data, and the benefits of commercial software for trend analysis. It will also include a demonstration of Dakota Software's Safety Management application.
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