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October 11, 2022

ECA / NECA Safety Forum “Mandatory Updates for OSHA Recordkeeping” October 11, 2022

Tuesday, October 11, 2022 at DuPage / Local 701 JATC

28600 Bella Vista Parkway, Warrenville, IL (630) 393-1701

The Electrical Contractors’ Association of City of Chicago (ECA) Safety Committee along with the Northeastern Illinois Chapter, NECA is proud to sponsor a special program, "Mandatory Updates for OSHA Recordkeeping," as follows:

DATE:        
Tuesday, October 11, 2022

TIME:        
8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.  

LOCATION:
DuPage / Local 701 JATC
28600 Bella Vista Parkway
Warrenville, IL 
(630) 393-1701

INSTRUCTOR: John Newquist, Construction Safety Council

Mandatory Updates for OSHA Recordkeeping is a FREE session open only to all ECA members.  The program topics of discussion, include the following:

·     Definition of a Recordable Injury or Illness

·     Maintaining and Posting 301 and 300 and 300A Records

.     Mandatory Electronic Submissions  

·     Difference Between First Aid and Medical Treatment

·     Severe Injury Reporting

.     Accounting for Days Away from Work and Work Restrictions

The target audience for this program is Electrical Safety Personnel - especially those responsible for completing and submitting OSHA Injury Reports.

Registration:
To register, please click on the link below.

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

You need to use the COMP CODE: ECA MEMBER when registering (ECA MEMBER is all uppercase).

Please contact the ECA at: (708) 531-0022 with any questions. We look forward to seeing you, there!

Safety Forum Oct 11 2022
 
John Newquist,
Construction Safety Council Instructor
 
From 2005 until 2012, John also was the OSHA Region V Assistant Regional Administrator for Cooperative and State Programs, when he managed the Region’s training programs, Susan Harwood Training Grant Program, state plans and consultation grants, and voluntary protection programs. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in fire protection and safety engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology and a Master of Science degree in industrial management from Northern Illinois University. As a former OSHA employee, he has extraordinary insights to the agency’s recordkeeping and reporting requirements.
 
 

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Add to Calendar aCLuDhaqizCaPxAftmqF167204 10/11/2022 10/11/2022 true America/New York ECA / NECA Safety Forum “Mandatory Updates for OSHA Recordkeeping” October 11, 2022 The Electrical Contractors’ Association of City of Chicago (ECA) Safety Committee along with the Northeastern Illinois Chapter, NECA is proud to sponsor a special program, "Mandatory Updates for OSHA Recordkeeping," as follows: DATE:        Tuesday, October 11, 2022 TIME:        8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.   LOCATION:DuPage / Local 701 JATC28600 Bella Vista ParkwayWarrenville, IL (630) 393-1701 INSTRUCTOR: John Newquist, Construction Safety Council Mandatory Updates for OSHA Recordkeeping is a FREE session open only to all ECA members.  The program topics of discussion, include the following: ·     Definition of a Recordable Injury or Illness ·     Maintaining and Posting 301 and 300 and 300A Records .     Mandatory Electronic Submissions   ·     Difference Between First Aid and Medical Treatment ·     Severe Injury Reporting .     Accounting for Days Away from Work and Work Restrictions The target audience for this program is Electrical Safety Personnel - especially those responsible for completing and submitting OSHA Injury Reports. Registration:To register, please click on the link below. PLEASE CLICK HERE TO REGISTER! You need to use the COMP CODE: ECA MEMBER when registering (ECA MEMBER is all uppercase). Please contact the ECA at: (708) 531-0022 with any questions. We look forward to seeing you, there!   John Newquist, Construction Safety Council Instructor   From 2005 until 2012, John also was the OSHA Region V Assistant Regional Administrator for Cooperative and State Programs, when he managed the Region’s training programs, Susan Harwood Training Grant Program, state plans and consultation grants, and voluntary protection programs. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in fire protection and safety engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology and a Master of Science degree in industrial management from Northern Illinois University. As a former OSHA employee, he has extraordinary insights to the agency’s recordkeeping and reporting requirements.     28600 Bella Vista Parkway, Warrenville, IL (630) 393-1701