OSHA Training for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) 3.0
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OSHA Training for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) 3.0

AMC
Updated Jun 16, 2024

What you'll learn

  • Understand OSHA and its importance to Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
  • Gain in-depth knowledge on important healthcare topics such as exposure control, needle-stick procedures, bloodborne pathogens, hazard communications, and emergency plans
  • Examine the Needle-Stick Safety and Prevention Act and annual requirements
  • Review the Injury and Illness Prevention Program
Course Description

The following OSHA Training for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) is designed to educate HCP how to protect themselves and others while adhering to State and Federal OSHA regulations. Once completed, you will receive a certificate of completion to verify you have finished the training. Course length: 45 minutes.

What you will learn:

  • What is OSHA?
  • Exposure control plan (ECP)
  • Needle-stick procedure
  • What is universal precaution?
  • Needle-stick Safety and Prevention Act
  • Bloodborne pathogens
  • Disinfection and decontamination policy
  • Hazard Communication Standard
  • Major changes to the Hazard Communication Standard
  • Pictograms required by OSHA
  • Master chemical inventory
  • Emergency plans
  • Injury and illness prevention program

 

The information contained in these trainings was derived from publications of OSHA, OCR, FDA, CDC, NIAID, ATSDR, HHS, or WHO (Government Sourced Material). None of the planners, authors, or instructors for this activity have any relevant financial relationships to disclose. The Government Sourced Material used by AMC is available for no charge on their associated websites. The use of the Government Sourced Material by AMC does not imply endorsement or recommendation by OSHA, OCR, FDA, CDC, NIAID, ATSDR, HHS, or WHO, or by the United States Government, of AMC, its enterprise, its facility, its services, or its products. © 2023 American Medical Compliance, no copyright claimed in Government Sourced Material.

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