OSHA’s bloodborne pathogens standard requires that employers establish a written Exposure Control Plan if they have any employee(s) with occupational exposure. In order to meet the standard’s requirements, employers must educate employees upon hire and at least annually thereafter as to the hazards existing in the workplace and employees’ responsibilities under the practice’s Exposure Control Plan.
The Health Care Group's OSHA Exposure Control Training Module is a “must have”, valuable resource for training your staff and meeting your annual and new employee bloodborne pathogens standard education requirements.
As of May 2020, our new and improved Exposure Control Plan exceeds the requirements of OSHA's bloodborne pathogens standard by including important information about airborne pathogens and preventing the spread of airborne illnesses. It includes information that will remind your staff of respiratory and coughing etiquette, what to do if your staff need to use respirators and other steps to take to promote a safe, healthy work environment as well as help reduce the risk of the transmission of illnesses such as the flu and COVID-19.
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