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CONN-OSHA Training Session To Detail Injuries and Illnesses Recordkeeping
Interactive workshop to emphasize newest procedures

For immediate release
December 3, 2008

WETHERSFIELD, The maintenance of the often-called OSHA Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses, or Form 300, will be detailed in depth during a Dec. 12 training session sponsored by the Connecticut Department of Labor’s Division of Occupational Safety and Health (CONN-OSHA).  

Accurate maintenance of Form 300 is an often overlooked, yet very important function necessary for ensuring everyday health and safety in the workplace. The free, three-hour interactive session workshop will run from 9 a.m. until noon and is open to every employer in this state. It will take place at the agency’s Wethersfield Central Office, 200 Folly Brook Boulevard, Wethersfield. 

“The accuracy of a company’s OSHA Log of Work-Related Injuries should be viewed not only as a roadmap to reporting workplace mishaps, but also as an excellent indicator of how well your company understands safety and health regulations,” explains Joseph Weber, CONN-OSHA Associate Research Analyst.  “Record keeping rules changed dramatically in January 2002, yet many employers throughout the country are using inaccurate and incorrect methods when reporting. This interactive session is designed to make individuals knowledgeable about the latest rules and ensure confidence that occupational injuries and illnesses have been properly recorded and reported.” 

To register for the workshop or for additional information, please contact CONN-OSHA Training Officer John Able at (860) 263-6902 or by email at

Media Contact: Nancy Steffens  (860) 263-6535

200 Folly Brook Boulevard, Wethersfield, CT 06109 / Phone: 860-263-6000

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