Filling out the OSHA 300 Log
Learn how to fill out an OSHA 300 Log
About this course:
This course is designed for business owners, safety managers or anyone involved in the administration of paperwork in the construction industry. In this online training course, we'll discuss why the OSHA 300 logs are required, and teach you how to properly fill them out as well as how to post and maintain the logs. Whether you're a company owner, safety manager, administrative assistant, or anyone else, this course will be beneficial and give you a working knowledge of the OSHA 300 Log.
- Why are OSHA 300 Logs required?
- Who is required to fill out the forms?
- What is the purpose of the form?
- What are "recordable cases"?
- How to determine if a case included restricted work?
- Calculating total lost days and restricted work days.
- When to add an employee to the log and when not to.
- Classification of injuries.
- Posting and maintaining the log.
- Examples of how to fill out the log.
Chris has over 30 years of experience in the commercial and residential construction industry. He has worked in multiple roles including leading construction crews, leading sales and marketing and serving as president of his family's construction businesses.
Chris has estimated and sold projects worth over $1,000,000. He has also been responsible for maintaining key accounts for over 25 years which have resulted in millions of dollars in revenues from repeat customers.
His history and current industry involvement include:
- He is a third generation contractor. His grandfather first started in the roofing industry in the late 1940's.
- He currently serves as the President of his family's commercial roofing company.
- He currently serves as the President of Roof Asset Management Inc. - a roof consulting and evaluation firm.
- He is a certified John Maxwell Team trainer and coach.
- He holds an MBA in Executive Global Leadership from Delaware Valley University.
- He has studied leadership with Bell Leadership Institute - Chapel Hill, NC.
"I have had a front row seat to see the benefits of personal development have for individuals and the companies who pursue education and growth. Constant growth is the difference between success and failure in business."
PreviewWhy Fill Out the Form (0:51)
PreviewDo I Have to Flll OSHA 300A Out? (0:41)
StartTheir Purpose (0:39)
StartRecordable Case (1:24)
StartDoes Medical Treatment Make the Case Recordable? (1:29)
StartRestricted Work (1:07)
StartCalculating the Total Lost Days and Restricted Work Days (0:58)
StartDon't Add Employee to the Log When (0:55)
StartInjuries Must Be Classified (2:05)
StartPosting The Log (0:44)
StartFilling Out The Log - Part 1 (2:19)
StartFilling Out The Log - Part 2 (1:52)
StartFilling Out The Summary (1:40)