When it comes to OSHA compliance,
there are no grey areas. Compliance is mandatory, and non-compliance puts your
organization at grave risk for investigations, fines and litigation.
are a risk to employees working within a wide range of organizations. Protecting
your employees from these hazards is critical to maintaining a safe and healthy
workplace, and easy with this online bloodborne pathogen training webinar. This program's workshop was created by experts in OSHA standards and
requirements, and provides top-quality, up-to-the-minute information.
This is a course you can't afford
to miss, Enroll in class now!
What You'll Learn
- An overview of bloodborne pathogens and OPIM
- The three most common types of bloodborne pathogens
- How to draft an Exposure Plan in case of emergencies
- Preventative methods
- What to do when exposure occurs
- Incident reports
- How to comply with OSHA recordkeeping requirements
- Who keeps these records and how long they have to be kept?
- OSHA's requirements for 29 CFR 1910.1030
Who Will Benefit
Human resources personnel, managers, supervisors, healthcare/nursing professionals, in-home healthcare workers, emergency personnel, safety professionals, educators and school staff, janitorial workers.