OSHA compliance in the medical industry and dental offices is imperative for keeping both staff and patients protected from harmful incidents. Even the slightest misinterpretation of the act can result in investigative inspections, fines and citations. Medical facilities of all sizes fall prey to many of the same legal traps while trying to navigate the extensive provisions of OSHA. Now, get the knowledge and know-how needed to keep your organization compliant with even the most up-to-date developments in OSHA law.
As an employer, it is up to you to be familiar with OSHA policies and procedures and be able to navigate complex regulations with ease. Our class will guarantee you are familiar with:
- Ways to protect yourself from unauthorized individuals using OSHA inspections as a means to access confidential records
- Required items that must be outlined in your Exposure Control Plan
- The OSHA 300 forms, fire inspections and other recordkeeping items you must maintain
- Training program requirements for all managers, supervisors and employees
If you're not absolutely confident that your organization is in compliance with OSHA regulations, you need to sign up today to attend this one-hour webinar. From reporting and procedural requirements to investigative trends seen in OSHA inspections, we'll cover the most current OSHA hot buttons and provide you with the information needed to avoid compliance breaches, fines and citations.
Don't leave anything to chance — make sure that your organization is doing everything it can to keep staff and patients safe, and limit the risk of harmful accidents in the workplace. Enroll in our workshop today and get up-to-the-minute information for handling OSHA directives and avoiding unnecessary inspections and fines!
What You'll Learn
- The top OSHA violations in medical and dental facilities and how to avoid them
- OSHA Health Care Standards — interpretations and updates
- The essentials for complying with OSHA's current Bloodborne Pathogens Standard
- How to properly handle and dispose of housekeeping and contaminated materials, including waste, laundry, needles and more
- The Respiratory Protection Standards — how to ensure your facility is compliant
- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) regulations for exposure to bloodborne pathogens and tuberculosis
- Quick nuts-and-bolts of compliance — OSHA's recordkeeping forms and recording criteria
- How to identify which OSHA regulations are applicable to your practice
Who Will Benefit
Medical OSHA Compliance is perfect for individuals in the medical industry who want to ensure legal compliance with OSHA regulations and expertly maintain OSHA recordkeeping, training and procedural codes.