OSHA regulations require all employers to document employee training and to keep records of employee injuries and illnesses. A new final rule for recordkeeping requires some industries to submit electronic filings by July 1, 2017. Beginning in 2019, electronic filing must be completed by March 1. The new electronic filing rule will be covered in this course, as well as the revised standard for Occupational Injury & Illness documentation, Safety Data Sheets, training documentation, and OSHA posters and other required postings. Record location, retention, and maintenance will also be covered. Participants will receive and learn how to use a self-audit checklist. This class is for human resource managers, safety managers, and those responsible for OSHA compliance.