The purpose of the recordkeeping is to capture work-related fatalities, injuries and illnesses using the OSHA 300 Log. This training will help your supervisors and employees understand how to comply with the recordkeeping requirements as well as identify and address repetitive hazards situations. View all Training Courses

Training Includes

  • Shows employees actual workplace incidents, demonstrating how to report accidents and what information they need to furnish in the event of an incident
  • Covers why recordkeeping is important, and what recordkeeping is used for
  • Helps you determine which illnesses and injuries are "work-related"
  • Details the procedures for completing OSHA Forms 300, 300A and 301
  • Import records from previous health screening providers for comparisons over time
  • Integrate employee, demographic and industry trends to help you benchmark across internal or external sites

Training Formats

  • DVD Compliance Program
    • Programs include instructor guides to help administer training internally
    • State-of-the-art DVD training videos and PowerPoint presentations
    • Simple, everyday language clarifies how to comply with OSHA standards
    • Complete customizable written program to ensure compliance
    • We develop core content that you can then save and customize:
      • PowerPoint Presentations
      • Quizzes
      • Written Programs
      • Checklists
      • Training Records
  • Online
    • Over 250 fully interactive courses
    • All topics meet OSHA requirements
    • Ability to tailor course curriculum to your needs
    • Quizzes that must be passed to ensure comprehension
    • Comprehensive, easy-to-use recordkeeping system to track your employees’ programs
  • Instructor-Led
    • Low instructor-student ratio to engage students
    • On-site scheduling or open enrollment for classes at your local Cintas facility
    • Flexible, convenient scheduling to cover multiple shifts
    • Standardized classes nationwide for single or multiple facilities
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Required OSHA Training

CFR 1910.95 (m)(1)

"The employer shall maintain an accurate record of all employee exposure measurements."

CFR 1910.95 (m)(2)(i)

"The employer shall retain all employee audiometric test records."

CFR 1910.134 (m)

"Requires the employer to establish and retain written information regarding medical evaluations, fit testing, and the respiratory program. This information will facilitate employee involvement in the respirator program, assist the employer in auditing the adequacy of the program, and provide a record for compliance determinations by OSHA."