Administering Your OSHA Program

The Administering Your OSHA Program course will help both new and seasoned OSHA safety officers, administrators, managers, and safety committee members in medical or dental facilities understand the latest OSHA compliance requirements, as well as help organization’s establish an effective OSHA safety program. This advice-rich online learning course covers a wide variety of topics from accident investigation to employee training to new GHS updates. Participants will learn how to:

  • Learn the role both employer and employee plays in regard to OSHA regulation compliance.
  • Evaluate facility hazards that may put employees at risk for exposure to bloodborne pathogens and hazardous chemicals, as well as the training requirements for prevention in these areas.
  • Develop comprehensive training to educate employees on bloodborne pathogens and hazard communication regulations.
  • Ensure that proper engineering and safe work practice controls, as well as personal protective equipment, have been implemented and applied.
  • Demonstrate proper employee training documentation for self-audits, hepatitis B virus vaccinations, fire drills, and other employee exposures.
  • Build a legally compliant OSHA manual that meets compliance guidelines.
  • Integrate a top to bottom safety culture at your facility.