OSHA Safety

 

In addition to CDC / NIOSH recommendations and risk management / best practices, there are numerous regulatory Standards relating to OSHA for medical, dental, veterinarian and funeral home organizations. Depending on your needs, they are included in your OSHA program.

 
Medical

 

  • The Bloodborne Pathogen and Needlestick Safety Act (Exposure Control / Hepatitis B Vaccination / Post-Exposure Evaluations)

  • The Hazard Communication Standard and Globally Harmonized System of 2012

  • Workplace Hazard Assessments

  • Exposure Control / Environmental Infection Prevention

  • Hazardous / Chemotherapeutic Drug Safety

  • Walking / Working Surfaces

  • Ventilation

  • Tuberculosis Control and Prevention 

  • Latex Allergies

  • Workplace Violence

  • Compressed Gases

  • Flammable Liquids

  • Waste Management and Hazardous Waste

  • Emergency Action Plans / Fire and Life Safety

  • Personal Protective Equipment / Eyewashes

  • Medical and First Aid Requirements

  • Laser and Cryogenic Safety Protocols

  • Workplace Cleanliness

  • Employee Restrooms

  • Asbestos and Mold

  • Access to Employee Exposure and Medical Records

  • Ethylene Oxide

  • Ionizing Radiation

  • Ergonomics

  • Managment of Employee Illnesses and Injuries / Recordkeeping

  • Handling an OSHA Investigation

 
Dental
 

Dental organizations must be aware of and follow the The CDC Guidelines for Infection Control in Dental Healthcare Settings, in addition to:

 

  • The Bloodborne Pathogen and Needlestick Safety Act (Exposure Control / Hepatitis B Vaccination / Post-Exposure Evaluations)

  • The Hazard Communication Standard and Globally Harmonized System of 2012

  • Workplace Hazard Assessments

  • Exposure Control / Environmental Infection Prevention

  • Walking / Working Surfaces

  • Ventilation

  • Tuberculosis Control and Prevention

  • Latex Allergies

  • Workplace Violence

  • Compressed Gases / Anesthetic Gas Safety / Nitrous Oxide

  • Flammable Liquids

  • Waste Management and Hazardous Waste

  • Emergency Action Plans / Fire and Life Safety

  • Personal Protective Equipment / Eyewashes

  • Medical and First Aid Requirements

  • Laser Safety

  • Machine Guarding

  • Workplace Cleanliness

  • Employee Restrooms

  • Asbestos and Mold

  • Access to Employee Exposure and Medical Records

  • Ethylene Oxide

  • Ionizing Radiation

  • Ergonomics

  • Management of Employee Illnesses and Injuries / Recordkeeping

  • Handling an OSHA Investigation

 

 

 
       Veterinarians

Although veterinarians are not technically covered by the Bloodborne Pathogen Standard, some basics are covered in our training sessions because of the risk of injuries involving human blood.

 

  • The Compendium of Veterinary Standard Precautions for Zoonotic Disease Prevention in Veterinary Personnel

  • The Hazard Communication Standard and Globally Harmonized System of 2012

  • Workplace Hazard Assessments

  • Exposure Control / Environmental Infection Prevention

    Walking / Working Surfaces

  • Ventilation

  • Hazardous Drugs / Chemotherapeutic Drug Safety

  • Compressed Gases / Anesthetic Gases

  • Latex Allergies

  • Flammable Liquids

  • Waste Management and Hazardous Waste

  • Workplace Violence

  • Emergency Action Plans / Fire and Life Safety

  • Personal Protective Equipment / Eyewashes

  • Medical and First Aid

  • Laser and Cryogenic Safety Protocols

  • Workplace Cleanliness

  • Employee Restrooms

  • Asbestos and Mold

  • Machine Guarding

  • Access to Employee Exposure and Medical Records

  • Ethylene Oxide

  • Formaldehyde

  • Ionizing radiation

  • Ergonomics

  • Handling an OSHA Investigation

  • Management of Employee Illnesses and Injuries / Recordkeeping