Sept. 18 CONN-OSHA
Breakfast Will Detail OSHA Record Keeping Rule
For immediate release
September 10, 2007
health and safety issue of importance to every employer in this state, the OSHA
Recordkeeping Rule, will be discussed by attendees taking part in a Sept. 18
breakfast roundtable meeting sponsored by the Connecticut Department of Labor's
Division of Occupational Safety and Health (CONN-OSHA).
Joseph Weber, an
Associate Research Analyst in the agency’s OSHA Statistics unit, will be the
guest speaker at the event.
session will be held from 8:15 to 9:45 a.m. at the agency's Central Office,
located at 200 Folly Brook Boulevard in Wethersfield. It will take place in
Conference Room A, which is located on the second floor.
Recordkeeping Requirements detail what types of injuries and illnesses must be
recorded on the OSHA 300 Log,” Weber explains. “We will discuss which employers
are required to maintain these records and explore some of the issues of
interest to those who are responsible for recording and reporting occupational
injuries and illnesses on an ongoing basis.”
this month, according to John Able, CONN-OSHA Training Officer, who oversees the
breakfast roundtable series, will be the discussion portion of the program. Time
permitting, each person taking part will be asked to submit a question for
discussion and everyone in the room will be invited to share their opinion
regarding the issue.
Admission to the roundtable is free, but pre-registration is required. To
register for the breakfast roundtable or for additional information, please
contact John Able at (860) 263-6902, or via email at
Media Contact: Nancy Steffens (860) 263-6535