Safety Workshop Series: Part 4 - BBP - Ensuring Your Program Is Compliant
Cost: Free to Members and Self-Insured Clients
We are pleased to introduce a NEW series of safety classes; the Safety Workshop Series. This series is intended to assist you with creating, developing and/or updating your safety programs to ensure that you are effectively protecting your employees and conforming to OSHA regulations as OSHA requires site specific programs and trainings. This series will highlight specific safety programs that impact the majority of our members and clients.
In this hands-on workshop employers whose workers are exposed to biological agents which includes many types of organizations. This class is designed for those individuals in the organization who are responsible for the development, review, or revision of the Exposure Control Plan (ECP). Each component required of the Exposure Control Program will be discussed and reviewed enabling participants to modify/revise or begin to write a program which meets OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens compliance. Components include: exposure determination, engineering and work practice controls, hepatitis B vaccinations, post exposure evaluation and the training requirements for an OSHA compliant program.
- Develop and understand the major requirements of the Bloodborne Pathogens Standard including recordkeeping
- Develop a site-specific program to comply with OSHA
- Understand the site-specific employee training requirements
Anyone in the organization who has responsibility for the development and training pertaining to the Exposure Control Plan including; DONs, Administrators, Facility/Operations Managers, HR and Staff Development
Carlos Rivera, Senior Loss Control Consultant, Workers’ Compensation Trust