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Course Title: Addressing 7 Common Issues with Your OSHA Recordkeeping

Course Type: Webinars

Objective: This webinar discusses 7 common OSHA recordkeeping issues found by the DoD SMCX. In addition, the webinar provides actions you can take to improve the recordkeeping process at your organization to make sure your OSHA recordkeeping forms are accurate and compliant. This webinar also provides ways to use recordkeeping information for safety and occupational health management system (SOHMS) improvements.

Pre-Requisites: This intermediate-level presentation will benefit personnel wanting to learn more about common issues with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recordkeeping and how to correct these issues. Attendees should have a fundamental understanding of OSHA standard 29 CFR 1904, Recordkeeping and Reporting Occupational Injuries and Illnesses, prior to this webinar. Personnel gaining the most benefit from this presentation may include: Official OSHA Recordkeeper, Supervisors/Managers, Safety and Occupational Health (SOH) Personnel, and Occupational Healthcare Personnel.

Session Information

Course Start Date: Jan 19 2023 13:00 EST

Course End Date: Jan 19 2023 14:00 EST

Location: CTC MS Teams: Link to come week of event for registrants


Brandon Hody, CTC, DoD SMCX Senior Safety and Occupational Health Professional

Mr. Hody has worked on the SMCX program for over 10 years, providing guidance for SMS implementation and sustainment to a variety of DoD Services and Agencies.


Ed Jerome, CIH, CTC DoD SMCX Senior Safety and Occupational Health Professional

Ed is a certified industrial hygienist and has been with CTC and the SMCX since 2015. Prior to joining CTC, Ed had a 34-year career at OSHA which included as Area Director and compliance assistance specialist at the OSHA Albany NY Office. In his various capacities at OSHA, Ed has had much experience with OSHA Recordkeeping Requirements.