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    2015 Southern Oregon Occupational Safety & Health Conference - Session 5 "Preparing the OSHA 300 Log and 300A – Why NOT to Use Your Claims List"

    Date: October 15, 2015, 10:45am – 12:15pm
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    Ashland Hills Hotel
    2525 Ashland St
    Ashland, OR 97520
    (541) 482-8310
    $75 - $85 Full Day Seminar
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    Preparing the OSHA 300 Log and 300A – Why NOT to Use Your Claims List

    This session explains why using workers’ compensation claims list is not enough to ensure you are filling out the OSHA 300 Log accurately. OSHA’s Recordkeeping guidelines for preparing the OSHA 300 Log and 300A Summary for work-related injuries and illnesses including definitions of work-related injury and illness, medical treatment, and first aid along with how to count modified work and lost work days are covered. As workers’ compensation insurance uses different guidelines, the nuances between OSHA Recordability and workers’ compensation compensability are discussed in detail. Real-life examples are given to help the audience understand how to correctly classify injuries and illnesses. Bring questions and examples to share.

    Patti McGuire  |  Senior Safety Management Consultant  |  SAIF Corporation, Medford

    Patti McGuire is a Senior Safety Management Consultant for SAIF Corporation. She has been with SAIF since November of 2013 and works with employers in Jackson, Klamath, and Lake counties to improve their safety and health programs and reduce injuries. Previously she was the Manager of Occupational Health and Safety for Harry & David, overseeing safety and health programs for multiple facilities and 50+ retail stores nationwide. She also spent five years working in human resources in wood products manufacturing and fifteen years in retail in district and store level operations. Patti is an Oregon native and has an AS degree in Business Administration-Accounting, however she was drawn to the field of Human Resources and Safety early in her career after a workplace fatality affected her family and her employer.

    Credits:  1.5 SHRM credits available & 1.5 HRCI general credits available

    To receive your SHRM & HRCI Program Completion Credit Certificates, please send your registration confirmation from OR-OSHA and/or ASSE to  

    You'll receive your certificate via email.