Title: 2016 OSHA Training Updates: Bloodborne Pathogens & Beyond
What every healthcare professional needs to know before OSHA is at the door
Overview: OSHA requires that all healthcare employers maintain a written Exposure Control Plan. The plan must include a risk analysis, Hepatitis B vaccinations, follow-up procedures, an evaluation of safer sharps and training. The 2-hour update is taught by specialists in exposure control, is designed for clinicians and their staff and includes the following topics: Health Care Worker Safety and Health, Common Hazards from Bloodborne Pathogens Associated with Medical & Dental Offices, Compliance with OSHA Regulations and Q & A. OSHA requires that your plan be reviewed; that the newest technology be reviewed, and that training is repeated on an annual basis. Attend the 2-hour training course, update your exposure control plan, and satisfy most of your annual OSHA regulations today!
Global Learning Objectives. At the conclusion of this activity, participants should be able to:
- Implement a training program for healthcare employees that may be exposed to bloodborne pathogens.
- Identify appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE).
- Identify the most frequently violated OSHA regulations in medical and dental practices.
- Create a written exposure control plan for healthcare workers assigned as first-aid providers.
- Explain the latest hazard communication requirements.
- Wednesday, September 14 at Hilton Oak Lawn Hotel
9333 S. Cicero, Oak Lawn, IL 60453
Target Audience: All Physicians, Nurses, Dentists, Dental Hygienists, and Physician/Dental Assistants
Speaker: Sukhvir Kaur, Compliance Assistance Specialist, OSHA Chicago North Office. Ms. Kaur does not have any relevant financial relationships with commercial interests to disclose.
CME / CEU Credits: 2.0 for all physicians and dental professionals
CMS Members or Staff Person: $99
CDS Member or Staff Person: $109
Non-Members or Staff Person: $129
*Student materials & an exposure control plan are included with your registration fee.
Individual cancellations must be received in writing by the CMS office no later than 72 hours prior to the program. Refunds will not be issued after 72 hours or for “no-shows.”
CME Disclosures, Accreditation & Designation: The following planning members of the Chicago Medical Society’s CME Subcommittee on Joint Providership have disclosed that they do not have any relevant financial relationships with any commercial interests: Michael Hanak, MD, FAA, Chairman, Eric A. Eason, MD, Arjang Khorasani, MD, Vemuri S. Murthy, Course Director, and Haydee Nascimento, Director of Education.
The Chicago Medical Society is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The Chicago Medical Society designates this live activity for a maximum of 2.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.