Why Does OSHA Compliance Matter?
Healthcare industry has one of the highest rates of work-related injuries and illnesses. Healthcare workers face a number of serious safety and health hazards. OSHA law requires employers to provide their employees with safe and healthful workplaces. The OSHA law also prohibits employers from retaliating against employees for exercising their rights under the law (including the right to raise a health and safety concern or report an injury). The OSH Act covers most private-sector employers and their workers, in the 50 states and certain territories and jurisdictions under federal authority.
The databrackets advantage
databrackets’ OSHA Compliance covers the following modules:
- Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan
- Engineering and Work Practice Controls
- Personal Protective Equipment
- HIV, HCV, HBV Prevention and Post-exposure Evaluation and Follow-up
- Record Keeping, Reporting, and Administrative Standards
- Tuberculosis Exposure and Respiratory Protection
- Ionizing Radiation
- Electrical Standards
- Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, and Fire Prevention Plans
- Workplace Violence and Worker’s Rights
- Hazard Communication and Labeling of Chemicals and Infectious Materials
- Guidance to Seasonal, Avian and Pandemic Influenza outbreak