Workplaces with over 10 employees are required to have a recordkeeping strategy to record serious workplace injuries and illness. Under OSHA regulation 29 CFR 1904, not only does recordkeeping need to take place for serious injuries and illness, but the information must be kept on site for at least five years. With this, employers must post a summary of serious injuries and illnesses for the following year for OSHA review.1
These micro-learning clips are designed to help learners understand recordkeeping process in the workplace; reporting and recording work related injuries and illnesses; when is an injury or illness recordable; how illnesses and injuries are recorded and how to report workplace medical problems. As simple as this may sound, keeping track of the injury and illness incidents can help create a safety culture as well as help prevent future incidents.