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					 Recordkeeping
 Workshop Quiz
Courtney W. Bohannon
 Jackson Area Office
   Learning Objectives
At the end of the training the participants
 should be able to:
   Identify the employers and employees
     who are covered under OSHA’s
     Recordkeeping requirements.
   Differentiate between medical
     treatment and first aid.
   Complete the OSHA 300 Log.
      Activity #1:
Recordkeeping Coverage
 Is this employer required
      to keep records?
• Employer has three construction
  establishments in SIC 1623. Site A
  employees 6 people; Site B
  employees 2 & Site C employs 1.

• No. Exempt due to size.
  Is this employer required
       to keep records?
• Employer has three establishments. Site A
  is a construction establishment SIC (1623)
  located in Tupelo & employees 6 people;
  Site B is a warehouse (SIC 4223) located
  in Jackson & employees 2 & Site C is a
  manufacturing operation located in
  Hattiesburg that employs 4.
                Answer
• Yes - Based on both SIC and size (size is
  calculated based on the total number of
  employees in the firm) all 3 sites must keep
  records.
• If one or more of a company’s establishments
  are classified in a non-partially-exempt industry,
  the company must keep OSHA injury/illness
  records for all establishments unless exempt
  based on size under 1904.1.
  Is this employer required
       to keep records?
• Employer has 2 grain elevators (SIC
  4221) employing a total of 50 people
  and 1 health food store (SIC 5499)
  employing 20 people.
• Grain elevator must keep records;
  health food store does not have to
  keep records because of its SIC.
Is this employer required
     to keep records?
• Dental Office (SIC 8021) that
  employs 20 people.

• No - partially exempt based on
  SIC
Is this employer required
     to keep records?
• Temporary staffing firm (SIC
  7663) that employs 30 people.

• Yes - temporary service agencies
  with more than 10 employees must
  keep records.
      Activity #2:
Recordkeeping Coverage
 Is this person an employee
for recordkeeping purposes?
• Temporary worker, supervised by
  employer, was injured when
  running a milling.
• Yes - Temporary workers who are
  supervised by the employer are
  employees.
 Is this person an employee
for recordkeeping purposes?
• Construction worker who is an
  independent contractor, was
  injured when building a new
  addition.
• No - Independent contractors (in
  any industry) are not employees.
 Is this person an employee
for recordkeeping purposes?
• President of a corporation who was
  attending a meeting in another
  state, was injured from a fall that
  occurred during the meeting.
• Yes - Corporation officers who
  receive payment for their services
  are considered employees.
 Is this person an employee
for recordkeeping purposes?
• The company nurse received an
  injury while drawing blood as an
  unpaid volunteer for the Red Cross.
• No - Unpaid volunteers are not
  employees.
 Is this person an employee
for recordkeeping purposes?
• The self-employed owner of a
  company was injured.
• No - Self-employed persons, sole
  proprietors or partners are not
  employees.
      Activity #3:
Recordkeeping Coverage
To records or not record?
• Treatment limited to cleaning,
  soaking, applying antiseptic and
  bandaging a wound.

• Not Recordable
To records or not record?
• Medical glue was applied to close
  multiple lacerations.

• Recordable
To records or not record?
• Butterfly bandages were applied
  to multiple lacerations.

• Not Recordable
To records or not record?
• Applying non-prescription
  ointments on follow-up visits to
  prevent drying and cracking of
  skin.

• Not Recordable
To records or not record?
• Removal of an embedded foreign
  material from the eye.

• Recordable
To records or not record?
• Second or subsequent hot and cold
  soaks and use of whirlpool
  treatment.

• Not Recordable
To records or not record?
• Drilling a fingernail to drain the
  fluid and relieve the pressure.

• Not Recordable
To records or not record?
• One-time administration of oxygen
  for several minutes.

• Recordable
To records or not record?
• Following a chest X-Ray an
  employee was diagnosed with
  silicosis.

• Recordable
To records or not record?
• One time administration of
  prescription medication to alleviate
  minor discomfort.

• Recordable
To records or not record?
• Additional cleaning and application
  of antiseptic because the bandage
  became soiled..

• Not Recordable
To records or not record?
• Medical removal as mandated by
  OSHA Standard due to Cadmium
  poisoning.

• Recordable
To records or not record?
• Employee injures back at work and
  has one chiropractic adjustment.

• Recordable
To records or not record?
• A brief loss of consciousness.

• Recordable
To records or not record?
• Following an x-ray of a rib for a
  fracture, x-ray indicates the rib is
  not broken.

• Not Recordable
To records or not record?
• Reaction to flu shot administered
  in-plant on a voluntary basis.

• Not Recordable
To records or not record?
• The injury is the result of choking
  on a sandwich from the employee’s
  brown bag lunch.

• Not Recordable
To records or not record?
• Adding drops to eye in order to
  dilate pupils for diagnostic
  purposes.

• Not Recordable
To records or not record?
• Needlestick from sharp object
  contaminated with potentially
  infectious material.

• Recordable
To records or not record?
• Employee has work-related elbow pain
  and is given non-prescription pain
  medication at prescription strength.

• Recordable
     Activity #4:
Entering Information
 Entering Information on the
       OSHA 300 Log
• 1/4/02, Pat James, Electrician in
  Maintenance, was shot in the left
  shoulder by his ex-wife with a shotgun.
  Incident occurred on the 3rd shift. Pat
  was hospitalized and off work or 4
  weeks, returning to full duty on 2/1/02.
• Recordable {1904.7(b)(3)}, Days Away,
  injury (27 days away).
 Entering Information on the
       OSHA 300 Log
• 1/9/02, Carrie Smith, Accounting Clerk.
  Slipped on ice in the parking lot while
  leaving work to attend a business
  meeting. Broke her ankle and was off
  until 2/6/02
• Recordable {1904.7(b)(3)}, Days Away,
  Injury (27 days away).
 Entering Information on the
       OSHA 300 Log
• 1/23/02, Allen Ghouleah, Welder in
  Welding Department, developed flash
  burn in both eyes. Received prescription
  medication. No days away from work.
• Recordable {1904.7(b)(5)}, Other
  Recordable Cases, All other illnesses.
 Entering Information on the
       OSHA 300 Log
• 2/1/02, Shawn Hogal, Maintenance
  Supervisor in Maintenance Department
  working in the boiler room. Found
  unconscious in boiler. Sent to hospital
  where he died 2/3/02. Diagnosis was
  death due to carbon monoxide.
• Recordable, Death, Poisoning.
 Entering Information on the
       OSHA 300 Log
• 2/6/02, Shirley Bandan, Assembly
  Operator in Canning Department.
  Reported to her supervisor that she was
  experiencing a pain in both wrist. Plant
  nurse provided her with immobilizing
  wrist splints to use.
• Recordable, Other Recordable Cases, All
  Other Illnesses (MSD)
 Entering Information on the
       OSHA 300 Log
• 3/6/02, Bob Foglia, Shipping Department
  Forklift Operator. Broke his right large
  toe, when the forklift ran over his foot.
  Unable to walk but was able to drive the
  forklift. Had another employee do work
  for him which required walking for 4
  days. No days away from work.
• Recordable, Job Restriction, Injury (4
  days job restriction)
 Entering Information on the
       OSHA 300 Log
• 3/9/02, Marilyn Rose, Canning Machine
  Operator in Canning Department.
  Foreign object in right eye (not
  embedded). Doctor said she could return
  to work but Marilyn did not return for 2
  days because of eye pain.
• Not Recordable
 Entering Information on the
       OSHA 300 Log
• 3/11/02 Carrie Nation, Maintenance
  Department. Employee is designated first aid
  responder reported that she received a needle
  stick to the left hand while cleaning up the
  Canning Area contaminated with Mark
  Boulware’s blood after the EMS team
  removed Mark. There was a recommendation
  for medical treatment.
• Recordable, Other recordable cases, Injury-
  Privacy Case.
 Entering Information on the
       OSHA 300 Log
• 4/24/02 Bob Glapsey, Lead Trainer,
  Training department, was on a business
  trip to New Orleans and had completed
  his training session for the day. While
  relaxing in his hotel room, an earthquake
  shook the hotel and Bob sustained severe
  head injuries. Off work 1 month.
• Not Recordable.
 Entering Information on the
       OSHA 300 Log
• 5/13/02 Carrie Nation, Maintenance
  Department. Injury from 3/11/02 has
  resulted in seroconversion. Diagnosed
  with Hepatitis C.
• Not a new case, update the log to All
  Other Illnesses.
 Entering Information on the
       OSHA 300 Log
• 6/21/02 Cathy Withmore, Computer
  Operator in the Training Department,
  choked on a sandwich in the lunchroom.
  Hospitalized for 2 days.
• Not Recordable {1904.5(b)(2)(iv)}.
 Entering Information on the
       OSHA 300 Log
• 6/26/02 Linda Cronin, Registrar in the
  Training Department, tripped on chair leg
  in the lunchroom when running to get
  help for Cathy Withmore above. Broke
  first three toes on left foot, no lost time.
• Recordable {1904.5(b)(2)(iv)}, Other
  Recordable Cases, Injury
 Entering Information on the
       OSHA 300 Log
• 6/28/02 Jane Blankenburg,
  Accounting Clerk, was shopping in
  the company store. Jane broke her
  ankle in a fall that required 2 weeks
  away from work.
• Not Recordable {1904.5(b)(2)(ii)}.
 Entering Information on the
       OSHA 300 Log
• 7/10/02 Merry Dean, a clerical
  worker, was injured while
  performing aerobics in a company
  gymnasium during her lunch hour.
  Off work for 3 days per doctor’s
  instructions.
• Not Recordable {1904.5(b)(2)(iii)}.
 Entering Information on the
       OSHA 300 Log
• 7/15/02 Valerie Gilmore, retired
  Boiler Room Supervisor (4 years
  ago), after working 40 years. She
  was diagnosed with work related
  asbestosis.
• Recordable, Other Recordable Cases,
  Respiratory Condition.
 Entering Information on the
       OSHA 300 Log
• 7/16/02 John Doe, Shop Foreman,
  had a diabetic incident that occurred
  while he was working.
• Not Recordable {1904.5(b)(2)(ii)}.
 Entering Information on the
       OSHA 300 Log
• 9/9/02 David Salem, Accounting
  Department, was at work when he
  decided to go to the bank across the street
  to get traveler’s checks for his vacation.
  While crossing the street, he was hit by a
  car and fractured his right leg.
• Not Recordable {1904.5(b)(2)(vii)}
 Entering Information on the
       OSHA 300 Log
• 9/30/02 Leslie Mitchell, Accounting
  Department, was shot in left foot
  during a robbery attempt at the office
  and was off work until 10/15/02.
• Recordable, Days Away, Injury (14
  Days away).
 Entering Information on the
       OSHA 300 Log
• 9/30/02 Mike Mills, a sales employee
  attending a company training session
  after working hours, slipped and fell in
  the hallway. Broke right knee. Returned
  to work on 10/02 with restricted work
  until 11/15.
• Recordable, Days Away, Injury (1 day
  away, 44 days restriction.
 Entering Information on the
       OSHA 300 Log
• 9/30/02 Loretta Lynn, Secretary to
  the President, received a 2nd degree
  burn from a hair dryer used at work
  to dry her hair.
• Not Recordable {1904.5(b)(2)(vi).
Electronic Version of
 OSHA 300 & 300A
Courtney W. Bohannon
    USDOL – OSHA
    Jackson Area Office

    3780 I-55 North Suite 210
    Jackson, MS 39211-6323
    601-965-4606 ext. 35

    bohannon.courtney@dol.gov

				
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