OSHA Compliance How-Tos for the Medical Provider
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Learn to prepare for an OSHA inspection and understand state and federal OSHA requirements that health care providers must comply with.
Many health care providers, regardless of the environment in which they function (inpatient, outpatient, long-term care, medical office) are required to comply with both federal and state Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements, which can be confusing to understand and expensive to remedy. They often do not have either structured programs or a developed culture of safety that promotes safe employee practice, compliant with OSHA expectations.
This topic helps the persons responsible for safety and OSHA compliance to understand how first to establish a safety and health program, then develop a proactive safety and health program that guides the OSHA compliance process, and finally how to understand the OSHA inspection process and remedies. Failure to have a proactive, engaged employee safety program in place is a very common issue health care institutions and provider's face. This can result in significant injuries to employees, lost revenue, lost productivity, and fines from OSHA. This information is critical for employers so they can ensure their employee safety and health programs meet the ever growing and complex OSHA requirements.
Josh Hyatt, DHSc, MHL, CPHRM
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