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OSHA Recordkeeping Webinar

A webinar for agricultural employers wanting to improve their understanding of the OSHA 1094 Recordkeeping and Reporting of Injuries standard, including forms 300 and 300A, will be offered October 18, from 1:00-3:00 pm CDT.  This webinar will focus in on those parts of the regulations related to agricultural operations. Example cases will be shared to help participants relate the types of injuries that they may experience in the production agricultural workplace.

Instructor: Kelly Bubolz, Compliance Assistance Specialist, OSHA Appleton Area Office.

Do I need to comply to the OSHA 1904 standard?

If your agricultural business had more than ten (10) employees at any time during the last calendar year, you must keep OSHA injury and illness records.  There are no exemptions for agricultural operations.

Questions you want to ask?

The goal is to tailor this program to meet the needs of the agricultural industry. If you have questions or example injury situations that you’d like to ask prior to the webinar, please use the contact us form below.  No personal identifiers will be used in the webinar or in any way identify you for an OSHA inspection.

How do I participate in the webinar?

There are two options:

1. From your office:   You will need a computer connection with sound capabilities (speakers or a headset). You can check your computer connection at  This test will help determine if you can access the webinar. Flash player is required but a download is available at the test site.

2. From your local UWEX office or other coordinated site: We will work with UWEX offices and other partners to find a site convenient for you to participate. It is difficult to prearrange sites with required technology and available meeting space without knowing where participants are located. As group sites are identified, information will be updated on this announcement.  This will be a good option for individuals wanting to focus on the webinar content and not on the how to use the computer technology.

How do I register? 

Use the contact us box below to send an email registration to Cheryl Skjolaas, UW Agricultural Safety Specialist. Indicate in the message your name, mailing address with town and zipcode, e-mail, and phone number. Also, indicate if you want to register for participation from your home office or at a local coordinated site. We’re limited to 50 sites so registration is very important. To help arrange coordinated sites and to get webinar directions out in a timely manner, registration is requested by October 12th, 2011.

If you have questions, please contact Cheryl Skjolaas at or by phone at 608-265-0568.

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