Software helps meet OSHA recordkeeping requirements.
December 15, 2006 -
Keller-Soft® Workers' Comp Manager II Plus OSHA 300 Recordkeeper helps record, track, and report workplace injuries and illnesses to satisfy state and federal recordkeeping requirements. Software feeds information into First Report of Injury (FROI) and OSHA 300 forms, documents, and reports, and enables users to manage workers' comp-related tasks, use incident data to produce OSHA-required Annual Summary, and access data for planning purposes.
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J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc.
3003 W. Breezewood Lane
Neenah, WI, 54957
J. J. Keller Introduces OSHA Recordkeeping Software
Neenah, WI - J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. has just introduced its latest version of Keller-Soft® Workers' Comp Manager II Plus OSHA 300 Recordkeeper, a software program that helps users record, track and report on workplace injuries and illnesses in order to satisfy state and federal recordkeeping requirements.
Keller-Soft® Workers' Comp Manager II Plus OSHA 300 Recordkeeper features a database of injury and illness information. Users input details about an incident, and the software pulls that information into the appropriate First Report of Injury (FROI) and OSHA 300 forms, documents and reports. Users can view, print or e-mail completed FROI forms directly to their state or insurer.
The software also helps users manage a host of workers'-comp-related tasks, including tracking the progress of a workers' comp case, maintaining notes and correspondence on cases, and creating an early-return-to-work policy with individualized plans for each case.
Users can use employee incident data already stored in the software to produce an OSHA-required Annual Summary. They can also access information for planning purposes, including reports that can help identify incident trends. Users can print annual reports, run analysis reports and create charts and graphs based on data.
An "Ask Keller" feature is also included. When users run the software on a computer with an Internet connection, they can submit compliance questions directly to J. J. Keller's safety and compliance professionals who will provide timely answers.
In addition to these features, the new version allows users to calculate days away from work and produce enhanced case analysis reports. The new version also allows users to calculate monthly incidence rates for multiple locations, lost workdays per 100 employees, costs as a percentage of payroll, average cost per claim, lost workdays per recordable incident, and cost per employee.
The Keller-Soft® Workers' Comp Manager II Plus OSHA Recordkeeper software is available for $399 by calling 1-800-327-6868. Callers should reference Action Code 14338 when ordering. Visit www.jjkeller.com/workercomp for more information.
For more information about other Keller solutions, call the toll-free number listed above or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. of Neenah, WI, employs 1,100 associates and is a leading specialized publisher and services provider. Founded in 1953, the company offers a wide spectrum of ready-made and custom risk and regulatory management products to customers throughout North America. J.J. Keller helps customers in industries such as manufacturing, transportation, construction, utilities, human resources and food processing comply with OSHA, DOT, EPA, DOL, FDA and USDA requirements. The company's diverse product line includes technical publications; computer software; training programs; online management tools; specialized forms; and supplies. J. J. Keller also provides safety consulting, on-site training and a variety of transportation services, including licensing, permitting, fuel tax reporting, driver log auditing and driver qualification file management.
For more information, contact:
1-800-843-3174, ext. 7304
1-800-843-3174, ext. 2720