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December 14, 2022 ● 1-2:30 p.m. EST
DETAILS
DETAILS

ABOUT THE WEBINAR

Recordkeeping and reporting of work-related injuries is required by OSHA Standards, specifically 29 CFR 1904. Record retention is also required. In this class, you’ll learn: 
• General recordkeeping criteria that apply to all employers 
• What a recordable injury or illness is
• Employee rights of access to medical and exposure records 
• What injuries must be reported to OSHA 
• Required length of record retention 
• Electronic reporting requirements to OSHA
• Recording workplace exposures to COVID-19
• Much more! 

DETAILS
Date:  Wednesday, December 14, 2022
Time:  1-2:30 p.m. EST

REGISTRATION
IMA Member: $69
Non-Members:  $89

CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION
All participants will receive a certificate of training at the completion of webinar.

SPEAKERS
SPEAKER
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VINCENT PLANK
Your presenter will be Vincent Plank. Vincent has been assisting with Safety Management Group's clients since January 2012. Vincent received a Bachelor of Science in Safety Management and is a Board Certified Safety Professional (CSP). Vincent has received numerous Customer Service Triumph Achievement Awards from Safety Management Group for the exemplary service he has provided to clients. In 2012, Vincent met the requirements to provide OSHA Outreach training courses for General Industry. In 2013, Vincent became an authorized first aid/CPR/AED trainer through the American Red Cross. In 2015, Vincent met the requirements to provide OSHA Outreach training courses for the Construction Industry.
Vincent's employment experiences include Plant Safety Engineer for TOA (USA) and Environmental, Health and Safety Engineer for International Automotive Components. He later became a Regional Environmental, Health and Safety Manager for International Automotive Components. He is active with the Central Indiana Chapter of American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) and currently serves on the board as Treasurer. Safety Management Group (SMG) is a nationally recognized professional service organization that provides workplace safety consulting, training, staffing, program planning, and implementation. For more details about SMG, visit their website at safetymanagementgroup.com.

Questions:  Contact Courtney Thompson of the

IMA at cthompson@indianamfg.com.

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