Greetings! ILC will be sending out one prompt, like this, each month.
Our intent with these is to keep you familiar on how the components within your Health & Safety Program* work together. We feel that this light activity will be of value to you & your organization. Each eModule prompt will have two questions, one general administrative and one technical. Pretend that we are OSHA or a new employee & see if you can answer the question(s) that applies to your organization; the questions will vary in complexity from month to month. Your feedback is greatly appreciated!
* These prompts use ILC’s eModule version 8.0 as a visual example, however, any version or variation of the Safety Manual will do, even if you use a 3-ring binder system. It is still important to know how to answer the questions.
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Here is This Month's Health & Safety eModule Challenge Question(s)...
Administrative Challenge Question:
Organizations with 10 or more employees are required by OSHA to post their recordable Injuries/Illnesses by February 1st of each year.
Do you know where to locate your OSHA 300 Recordkeeping System in the eSystem?
Tutorial Challenge Question:
Do you know where to find prior OSHA 300 Logs and Summary information within your eSystem?
*Hint: Click on the Past Logs tab.
If you are using ILC’s eSystem and need assistance with locating the answer to this month’s challenge question(s) contact ILC at 651-633-6525 or toll free at 1-888-475-6525.
If you are using another form of the Safety Manual, ILC can direct you as to where to look and would be glad to give you a demo on how ILC’s eSystem could help you ease the task of locating items such as these.
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