OSHA's Recordkeeping Rule
Recordkeeping Highlights: Presenter's Guide
The Highlights presentation contains a Microsoft PowerPoint® Presentation, a script and handout materials which provide an overview of OSHA's recordkeeping regulation. The objective of this slide presentation is to present an awareness of some of the key provisions of the rule. At the end of the training session, the audience should be familiar with major elements of the regulation.
Recordkeeping Highlights Presentation
This presentation is intended to assist a presenter in providing an overview of the rule.
Instructions for Use
This presentation is intended to assist a presenter in providing an overview of the rule. For those audiences requiring a more in-depth presentation on the recordkeeping requirements, see the comprehensive presentation.
- Prior to the presentation, it is suggested that presenters review the latest information on OSHA Injury and Illness Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements Web Page.
- In addition, presenters should print copies of OSHA's main Recordkeeping page as a handout to inform audience members of the latest information available on the website.
- This package contains a PowerPoint presentation, a script and handouts. There are three handouts that are recommended for use with this presentation.
- Although time requirements vary, this presentation should take approximately one hour.
Suggested handouts for this presentation include:
- OSHA forms package. A copy of the OSHA forms package or the individual OSHA forms 300, 301 and 300A should be provided to audience members, as it is difficult to see the detail of the forms from the presentation.
- Partially Exempt Industries - Non-Mandatory Appendix A to Subpart B
Most recent OSHA Injury and Illness Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements Web Page.
(Because recordkeeping information is being updated frequently on the website, presenters should print copies of the main Recordkeeping page shortly before a presentation.)
These materials are intended to be a resource document for presenters and are not a substitute for any of the provisions of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 or for any regulations or standards issued by the US Department of Labor. It is expected that presenters wishing to use these materials will review the 29 CFR 1904 regulation and all handouts prior to any training session.
Materials contained in this document are in the public domain and may be reproduced, fully or partially, without permission of the Federal Government. Source credit is requested but not required.