Record keeping

As a business owner, you not only have to comply with OSHA standards, but you must also be in compliance with recordkeeping regulations. If not you can be subject to record keeping violations, and end up paying thousands of dollars in fines.

The risk management specialists at Sinclair Risk & Financial Management not only help our clients with OSHA compliance but also with their recordkeeping. We’ll provide a records compliance checklist you can use to get — and keep — your files audit-ready. We’ll also go over many important issues, including: documentation techniques, how to determine when an injury needs to be documented, maintaining reporting and documentation standards, how to organize your OSHA records so you can find things immediately, choosing and training employees to handle your company’s OSHA files, determining when independent contractors and temporary workers must be treated as employees in OSHA documents, and much more.

We can help you keep your records in top shape.
Give Sinclair a call at 203.265.0996, email us, or return the form on this page to find out more about how we can help you with compliance.