What is OSHA Training and why do I need it you might ask. Well, we are here to help answer all of your questions and provide economical solutions.
The US Department of labor states that, “Employers have the responsibility to provide a safe workplace. Employers MUST provide their workers with a workplace that does not have serious hazards and must follow all OSHA safety and health standards. Employers must find and correct safety and health problems. Employers must provide safety training in a language and vocabulary workers can understand. OSHA further requires that employers must first try to eliminate or reduce hazards by making feasible changes in working conditions rather than relying on personal protective equipment such as masks, gloves, or earplugs. Switching to safer chemicals, enclosing processes to trap harmful fumes, or using ventilation systems to clean the air are examples of effective ways to eliminate or reduce risks.” "UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR." OSHA Frequently Asked Questions. Web. 08 Apr. 2016.
This, put simply, means that as an employer, you have the responsibility to make sure all of your employees are working in a safe environment and are trained to handle any possible situation that may arise. Whether that has to do with bloodborne pathogens, needle safety, how to properly dispose of medical waste, or even just workplace accidents. With our OSHA training you have access to mandated training programs for employees, federal regulation information, infectious information, safety plans, audits, and much more.
For more information on OSHA compliance visit: https://www.osha.gov
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