OSHA Recordables lesson - $7

You'll be enrolling in an actual lesson within the Occupational Medicine for Urgent Care program.  All you need to do is create your account, or sign in if you already have one, and you'll be taken inside our Learning Management System and can view your program right away!

  • When to treat as "First Aid"

    In appropriate cases, limit treatment to “first aid” according to OSHA, rendering the case non-recordable

  • Keep Healthy Workers Working

    Avoid prescribing inappropriate off duty or modified duty restrictions, Avoid unnecessary time loss for these minor cases

  • Reduce OSHA Recordable injuries for your employer clients

    Become an invaluable resource to your employer clients

OSHA Recordable Injuries

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Recordable or Non-Recordable?

Case 1:  A woman is using a curling iron in the ladies lounge at the workplace before starting her shift.  She sustains a small burn to her neck, which she does not seek treatment for.  Is it recordable?

Case 2:   An employee spilled a cleaning solution on his sleeve.  He felt a burning sensation on his arm, so went to the washroom to rinse off the shirt and wash his arm.  He did not notice any burn or rash on his arm.  However, he fainted and hit his head on the sink which needed sutures.  Recordable?

Case 3:   An employee sprains an ankle while descending some stairs carrying a file box at work.  You diagnose a grade I sprain, apply an elastic wrap and air stirrup, prescribe Ibuprofen 200mg tid, and return him to full duty at his desk job the same day. Recordable?

Case 4:   A woman cuts her finger while opening boxes in the office where she works.  You repair the wound with surgical adhesive, protect it with a plastic finger guard, and return her to full duty with no restrictions the same day. Recordable?

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  • Determining work relatedness

  • Volunteer and personal activities at work

  • On or Off premises

  • Which employers are affected?

  • What must they record?

  • Addressing employer concerns

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  • John Jurica, MD Medical Director, PromptMed Urgent Care
    "I just finished the course on OSHA Recordables. It really helped clarify some issues for me. I was assuming certain events were NOT recordable, but I was WRONG. My clients will be happy to see that I can reduce the number of recordables by following the guidelines provided in the course. I can't wait to check out the course on sleep apnea for DOT examinations next."
    John Jurica, MD Medical Director, PromptMed Urgent Care

Fully Accredited - 0.5h AMA Cat 1 credit

  • The 14 "First Aid" criteria

  • Which injections are recordable, which are not

  • When OTC meds are STILL recordable

  • The 7 Recording criteria you must know

  • Which days to count as lost time

  • What's considered "restricted duty"

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