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By the end of this training session, trainees will be able to identify whether an employer is required to keep injury and illness records (OSHA 300 logs), determine whether an injury or illness is a recordable case, properly fill out recordkeeping forms, report fatalities and serious injuries to the government when required, determine whether an establishment is required to electronically submit records to OSHA, and inform employees of their rights to report injuries and illnesses free from retaliation.

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