8129: OSHA - General Safety in the Medical Practice (excludes Bloodborne Pathogens) 2021
No Payment Required
NOT ELIGIBLE FOR PREMIUM CREDIT
This session purposely does not include covering the requirements for OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogen Standard as that is covered in a different session here. Employees at risk (due to job tasks) of exposure to bloodborne pathogens are required to be trained (must meet the 14 training elements of OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogen Standard) prior to risk of exposure and at least annually thereafter.
This self-study session is for medical practice employees (including providers) that need a general overview of safety in a typical medical practice.
Topics covered include:
- Introduction to OSHA
- General Duty Clause
- Safety concerns
- Citations and penalties
- Required posters
- Emergency action plans including:
- Fire safety and workplace violence (including active shooter & bomb threats)
- Radiation safety
- Contagions (other than bloodborne pathogens)
- Handling chemicals
- Reporting safety concerns
All medical staff and providers
- Summarize the purpose of OSHA and how it applies to medical practices;
- Recognize safety hazards associated with the attendee's medical practice; and
- Implement appropriate safety measures to eliminate or minimize safety risks
- 1.00 Attendance
Please choose the format you wish above: Individual or Group. If you are taking this course on your own, you will choose the individual training option. If you are presenting this training to a group, please choose the group training option.
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