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OSHA Record-Keeping in Construction
OSHA record-keeping rules have changed - are you prepared? Over the past few years, OSHA has been particularly aggressive in using its reporting procedures and record-keeping authority to further its enforcement agenda. Most recently, OSHA amended its record-keeping rule to include electronic filing provisions and anti-retaliation provisions.
- Describe the latest OSHA record-keeping rules.
- Define approved record-keeping rules.
- Assess best practices for electronic filing provisions.
- Describe how the increased reporting requirements affected OSHA’s enforcement strategy.
Continuing Education Credit:
This course has been approved by these organizations and associations.
Course Title: OSHA Record-Keeping in Construction
Course Number: PC-264-DE
Delivery Name: Procore Technologies
Curriculum Group Name: AIA Providers
Credit: 2 AIA LUs
Procore's Continuing Education courses may fulfill state licensing requirements. When a course is completed, a certificate of completion is provided. It is up to the construction professional to submit their certificates of completion to their state licensing board to request credit for participating in a Procore Continuing Education course.
Dee Anna Hays, Ogletree Deakins