Course Name
OSHA Record Keeping and Documentation

Contact Hours: 3

Course Description

With this important safety training, you may not make it into the Guinness© book of world records, but you will master the tools needed to implement an effective safety program and satisfy OSHA requirements.

This course details the steps required to correctly complete OSHA form 300, OSHA form 300A, and OSHA form 301. But rather than just setting a new record, this safety course blows others out of the water, by revealing how they can be used to help create a safer workplace.

But it doesn’t stop there. Reach new heights by learning how to keep monitoring records, safety training records, hazardous communication records, OSHA required written safety programs, and more. You may not be the fastest person on a motorcycle, the winner of the biggest lottery payout, or juggled the most number of chainsaws but with our Safety training program you will learn to keep and use safety records to create a record-breaking safe workplace. This course can be taken in a self-directed pace. You can achieve a completed program of study in as little time as 30 minutes. You will have 1 year access to this course.


  • You will be able to apply this knowledge in the workplace
  • You will have an appreciable understanding of the subject matter
  • You will be trained in a systematic manner designed to get you up to speed on the subject matter in a short period of time


Testing as part of the course through exam simulation engines.

OSHA Record Keeping

  1. Introduction
  2. OSHA Record keeping
  3. OSHA Form 300 (Part 1)
  4. OSHA Form 300 (Part 2)
  5. OSHA Form 300a
  6. OSHA Form 301
  7. Record Location And Access
  8. Employee Role And Rights
  9. Employee Privacy
  10. Incident Report Guidelines
  11. Determining Work-Related Cases
  12. Medical Treatment vs First Aid
  13. Classifying Each Case
  14. Days Away And Restricted Duty
  15. Reporting Fatalities And Hospitalization
  16. Incident Rates
  17. Comparing Incident Rates
  18. Additional Documentation
  19. Training Documents
  20. Hazard Communications
  21. Review