An Exposure Control Plan (ECP) in
your facility is vitally important to ensure a safe and healthy work environment
for every member of your staff. The purpose of the plan is to eliminate and
minimize occupational exposure in accordance with OSHA standards.
Workers can be exposed
to disease by needle sticks, cuts from contaminated items such as scalpels or
broken glass and contact of the eyes, nose, mouth or skin with contaminated
blood. A well written Exposure Control Plan identifies the jobs and tasks where
occupational exposure to blood or other potentially infectious material occurs.
It describes the steps necessary to take in order to successfully implement an
Don't miss out on learning the
dos and don'ts of a proper Exposure Control Plan that could make all the
difference in the world in keeping your employees and co-workers
What You'll Learn
- Ways to improve safety around the office, including First Aid standards
- Common ways workers are exposed and common exposures
- The elements of an Exposure Control Plan that meets OSHA's criteria
- A post-exposure plan
- Safety including placards and signs
- Identifying who is the charge/safety officer and their role
- Emergency procedures
Who Will Benefit
If you are interested in the safety and health of your co-workers and/or employees, you will benefit from this audio conference.