Keeping Track of Your OSHA Logs Webinar

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Date: Oct 28, 2022 08:30 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

2022 OSHA Recordkeeping Compliance Update:

Are You Prepared to Submit Your Data?

The vast majority of employers MUST now submit their injury data directly to the OSHA annually. Those who don’t comply face extensive fines and comprehensive OSHA inspections. The Biden Administration has now also proposed sweeping changes to the OSHA reporting rule that you will want to get a head of…

  • Are you preparing data correctly?
  • Are you submitting for the correct locations?
  • Could you be over-reporting?
  • Do you know your DART rate and why it matters?
  • Do you know what data may trigger an OSHA inspection?

Dustin Boss, creator of, will explain these rules in detail and how to best prepare your organization for this year’s submission period.

Matthew Dewey is a Certified Work Comp Advisor with the Oliver L E Soden Agency, which is a new ACCNJ member this year. He is also a Certified Injury Recordkeeping Specialist and Risk Management Advisor working with contractors all over the state of New Jersey to control costs.

We will also be providing an overview of, a dynamic OSHA recordkeeping, and injury intelligence web app to help you comply with these new requirements. Everyone who attends gains free access to this software!