When dealing with biohazardous waste and other potential hazards, there are specific regulations you have to follow to ensure a safe workplace for all employees. That includes everything from bloodborne pathogens training to having a hazard communication plan.
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Employers have to discuss the following safety plans with employees:
- Emergency action
- Fire prevention
- Exposure control
- Hazard communication
All employees must document that they have read these plans and know where they are stored.
Staff must be up-to-date on the necessary compliance training, which includes:
- OSHA Bloodborne pathogens
- OSHA Hazard communication
- Medicare compliance and Medicare fraud, waste and abuse
Our Quick Guide tells you who needs to take each training and how often.