BLR Launches OSHA-Compliant Incident Tracking Software Service

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Incident Tracker automatically generates OSHA 300, 300a, and 301 forms.

With the launch of Incident Tracker, users can quickly import employee data, add incidents, generate the OSHA 300 log, and create training meetings all from one website.

BLR®—Business & Legal Resources, the leading provider of compliance and training services for safety, environmental, and HR professionals, announces the launch of Incident Tracker, a new service that gives subscribers affordable best-in-class incident tracking for OSHA compliance.

With the release, BLR clients will have access to a full-service safety compliance solution that enables them to run effective safety programs to minimize risk and meet stringent federal health and safety standards. Incident Tracker manages incidents, corrective actions, workers’ compensation claims, and required OSHA recordkeeping through a Web-based application. It also helps safety and HR professionals identify the hidden and preventable hazards that threaten employees, and it helps them produce programs that prevent future incidents.

“Our customers asked us for help managing and tracking both incidents and corrective actions. Now they’ll be able to do both in real time," said David Galt, BLR’s managing editor of safety.

Incident Tracker launches at the perfect time. On January 1, 2015, OSHA revised the list of industries that were exempt from the OSHA recordkeeping rule at 29 CFR 1904. This year almost 200,000 new establishments in the United States now have to record incidents on the OSHA 300 log. Incident Tracker automatically generates OSHA 300, 300a, and 301 forms.

“This new tool further strengthens our product lines for safety and HR professionals. It’s a workflow solution that complements the training and compliance tools we currently provide,” said Brad Forrister, vice president of product development for BLR. "For® subscribers, compliance with OSHA’s recordkeeping regulation couldn’t be easier. Now you can quickly import your employee data, add incidents, generate the OSHA 300 log, and create effective training meetings to prevent future incidents all from one website,” Forrister explained.

About BLR

For over 35 years, BLR has simplified compliance with state and federal, legal requirements, helping U.S. businesses succeed. BLR offers authoritative content, training, and practical, easy-to-use tools for the workplace safety, environmental compliance, HR, and employment law, compensation and benefits, and politics and legal markets. Through our expert in-house editors, we provide the most comprehensive, reliable state-specific information available—and we do it for all 50 states. Our award-winning information products—including training programs, events, Web portals, reports, and subscription services—give businesses of all sizes and industries the best tools available at affordable prices.

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