Welcome! My name is Maurizio Delcaro and I've reviewed over a thousand OSHA logs in my career, including my time at OSHA and as a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) in the
private sector. I also conduct half-day workshops and shorter classes for safety conferences and presentations for professional associations.
CRUCIAL INFO ABOUT OVER-RECORDING INCIDENT CASES
- Over-recording cases on the OSHA 300 log is a common mistake.
- But, over-recording cases artificially increases incident rates.
- Many government agencies and private sector contractors use incident rates as a pre qualification factor.
- Incident rates can disqualify an employer from work and trigger audits.
- Beginning 2017, OSHA record keeping data will be made publicly available on OSHA's website.
- Over-recording incidents can introduce many liabilities and unintended consequences; I'm here to help!
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