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OSHA Watch Question of the Month - March/April 2004

March/April Question of the Month: What types of OSHA records are necessary for healthcare employees?

Answer: Upon hire, document new empoyee OSHA orientation training and annual re-training for all employees subject to the Blooddborne Pathogens Standard and the Hazard Comminication Standard. Training records need to contain: the date. si,,aru of contents, name and qualification of trainer(s), and the nammes and job titles of trainees. maintain training records for three years.

Posted by Quality America on December 20, 2005 | Comments (0)


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Dr. Sheila Dunn is president and CEO of Quality America, Inc., a health care consulting firm located in Asheville, NC. She holds a doctoral degree in medical
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