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Greetings! I am the creator of isitrecordable.com, I studied Occupational Safety in college and received both my BS and MS in occupational safety. I also am certified in OSHA recordkeeping and am an authorized OSHA outreach trainer. 

Some of the scenarios on this site are actual incidents that visitors have submitted or incidents that I have happened to see first-hand. Some are completely fictional. All answers are based on OSHA recordkeeping guidelines. The ultimate decision on recordability rests with the employer but my goal is to provide additional perspective and equip you with the references you need to make that decision.

 

isitrecordable.com is growing rapidly! To keep the site functioning smoothly, I have decided to open the door for sponsors and partnerships. If you would like to promote your brand on this site, lets talk! Email me at redbeard@isitrecordable.com.

If you have benefitted from this site and would like to provide a tip for all the hard work I've put into it, please use the Donate button below and thank you, in advance, for your generosity!

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is it recordable? is a top 200 podcast in the USA and has reached number 1 in some categories outside of the USA! Tune in for a quick (2-4 minute) bitesize podcast. Get a taste of OSHA recordkeeping and hopefully laugh while you do it:

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Privacy Promise/Disclaimer

Your privacy and trust are important to us. We will not, in any circumstances, share your personal information with other individuals or organizations without your permission, including public organizations, corporations or individuals, except when applicable by law. You can trust us to deliver OSHA recordkeeping answers while keeping your personal information private and confidential. If we use your scenario that is submitted to us, we will not disclose the company or the names of the persons involved. Details about the event may be altered.
 
All guidance provided through this page is provided under the mutual understanding that, as specified by OSHA, the employer is responsible for making the ultimate determination for any and all additions to the OSHA 300 log. My goal is to help you feel confident you've made the right decision. We support professionals!
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