Online Training Website Announces New OSHA Recordkeeping Course

Phoenix, AZ, August 31, 2015 --( CertifyMe, premier provider of online training in occupational health and safety, announces the introduction of its new course, “OSHA Recordkeeping for Managers and Supervisors.” This course demystifies the requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Association for recording work-related illnesses, injuries and fatalities among employees.

Tom Wilkerson, founder of CertifyMe.Net, remarked,

“Years ago when I was in charge of recordkeeping, I always had questions and doubts. I was always wondering if I was doing it all right... or all wrong! I wished then that I had a simple, easy-to-follow, straightforward training that was compliant with the OSHA Standard and taught me everything I needed to know about 29 CFR Part 1904 – Recording and Reporting Occupational Injuries and Illnesses.”

The new CertifyMe course explains:

· Businesses that are exempt from OSHA recordkeeping requirements
· The types of incidents that must be documented according to OSHA recordkeeping standards
· Work-related illnesses/injuries and new cases
· The three key OSHA recordkeeping forms
· Timelines for OSHA recordkeeping
· Three methods for reporting OSHA of reportable incidents
· Employee rights under OSHA recordkeeping requirements, Part 1904
· Other OSHA recordkeeping issues, and more

CertifyMe is offering “OSHA Recordkeeping for Managers and Supervisors,” at a 50% discount for a limited time only.

Wilkerson went on to say,

“Our customers get to solve this problem the easy way with a training that I am so excited to announce because it solves such a huge need that I personally suffered from for years.”

Effective January 2015, OSHA made changes to the lists of:

· Companies that are exempt from documenting and reporting illnesses and injuries
· Severe work-related illnesses and injuries that they must report to OSHA.

Simply reporting an illness or injury does not imply that the employer was responsible for the incident or that it breached OSHA rules. Reporting an incident also does not imply that the employee is entitled to claim for workers’ compensation or other benefits. OSHA law prohibits companies from discriminating or retaliating against a worker for reporting an illness or injury.

About CertifyMe.Net:

CertifyMe provides web-based, OSHA-approved training for individuals and companies alike. The company’s popular, revolutionary instruction methods have redefined how forklift drivers, supervisors, managers, HR representatives and other workplace safety-conscious personnel handle compliance issues. With affordable rates, a flexible training structure and immediate credentials for qualified forklift operators, CM is the preferred training partner for companies in many business sectors, including technology, transportation, energy, manufacturing, distribution and more. To learn more about their training courses, please visit their website, email or call (888) 699-4800.
Tom Wilkerson