Administering Your OSHA Program
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Administering Your OSHA Program will help an employee new to the role of OSHA safety officer. It gives an overview of OSHA requirements and information on how to set up an OSHA safety program including training and documentation. Topics include:
- What is OSHA?
- OSHA regulations
- Bloodborne pathogens
- Hazard communication
- General safety
- OSHA safety officer duties
- Understanding your OSHA manual
- Employee testing
- Accident and incident investigation
- Exposure determination list
- HBV vaccination records
- Sharps injury log
- Sharps evaluation form
- Hazardous substance list
- Monthly checklist
- Annual checklist
- Fire drills
- Safety report
- Safety program review
- Employee medical records
- Employee training
- Program administration
- Employee training
At the end of this course, students will be able to demonstrate the following learning objectives:
- Differentiate the role of the employer and employee in regard to OSHA regulations.
- Evaluate the hazards at your facility that may put employees at risk for exposure to bloodborne pathogens and hazardous chemicals.
- Identify the training requirements for employees at risk for exposure to bloodborne pathogens and hazardous chemicals.
- Plan a training process to educate employees on bloodborne pathogens and hazard communication regulations.
- Ensure that proper engineering controls, personal protective equipment, and safe work practice controls have been implemented.
- Demonstrate proper documentation of employee training, self-audits and monitoring, hepatitis B virus (HBV) vaccinations, fire drills, employee exposure determination lists, sharps injuries, and other employee exposures.
- Build a working OSHA manual that meets compliance guidelines.
- Integrate safety and OSHA compliance into the culture of your facility.
Dr. Sheila Dunn is a nationally recognized expert in federal laboratory and OSHA regulations. She received a Doctor of Arts degree in Clinical Laboratory Science Education in 1986 and a Master of Science in 1982 from The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C.
Joe Laco, regulatory specialist, is a former corporate safety officer for a regional reference lab and has worked in various laboratory and healthcare environments. He received a Master of Science in Environmental Health from East Tennessee State University in 2001 and a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Ohio University in 1995.
Safety officers, administrators, managers, and safety committee members in all outpatient medical facilities or dental practices.
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