March 2, 2016


CONTACT: 575-624-7381


‚Äč            The National Center for EHS Education (NCEHS) at ENMU-Roswell is conducting a Professional EHS Recordkeeping class March 9-11 on campus in the Lawrence C. Harris Occupational Training Center, 20 W. Mathis, room 118. Attendees will learn valuable OSHA Recordkeeping Requirements.

Proper OSHA recordkeeping is the cornerstone of any and all safety programs. Knowing what to do is just as important as knowing when to do it. Many companies spend thousands of dollars misreporting accidents and injuries and if they are caught not reporting; thousands in potential fines. In fact, many OSHA fines center around not completing the proper paperwork. This series of courses is from the most popular courses taught all rolled up into three days. In these classes you will find out how each is interrelated to each other and how you can save your company time, money, and unnecessary paperwork or litigation. Students will study:

  • 29CFR1904 Recordkeeping requirements
  • What is and isn’t medical / first aid (and how to record it)
  • How to deal with subcontractor workers
  • The importance of supervision / supervisors
  • Reducing Workman’s Comp and getting employees back to work
  • How OSHA wants JSA/JHA’s done
  • Developing a defendable training program / records
  • OSHA’s Multi-Employer worksite policy

If there was one course that all safety, health, and environmental professionals need, it is this one. HR professionals and company owners who are trying to manage a safety or risk program would also find the information invaluable for the day to day operation of their companies. Seating is limited to 25 students and reservations are required. To attend, call 575-624-7381 or 575-624-7164. Download our registration form at to reserve your seat. Classes can be applied towards a fully accredited certification or degree if needed.