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All medical practices must be committed to providing a safe workplace for their employees by complying with the workplace standards, rules, regulations and guidance established by the Office of Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) that apply to medical practices. The OSHA Medical Practice Compliance Toolkit sets forth the policies and procedures that help to ensure a safe workplace by:
The policies and procedures included in the toolkit are intended to:
The policies and procedures in this manual cover broad categories of workplace safety as applicable to medical practices, for which OSHA has promulgated formal standards of compliance for hazard communication, blood-borne pathogens, workplace violence, ergonomics and general workplace safety.
It is the duty of the practice's stakeholders to make sure the final OSHA Medical Practice Compliance manual has been fully customized for the practice.
You acknowledge that additional customization and legal review is necessary to ensure an OSHA-compliant manual.
25 states, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands have their own OSHA-approved state plans; these are showing in blue on the map. If you are located in a blue state, make sure you know your state's standards, which could be more stringent than OSHA's standards.
You acknowledge that state law regarding OSHA laws is outside the scope of this manual.
After your practice's OSHA Medical Practice Compliance Toolkitmanual has been created, your legal counsel should review it. Government compliance regulations change over time, and regulations may differ from state to state. A legal review is critical before production and distribution.
This manual template is current as of 2019. Changes in laws, rules, and regulations may require periodic updates to this manual. In addition, changes to your Practice might warrant updates to your OSHA policies and procedures and staff training. An example: moving your Practice to a new location would necessitate updates to reflect those changes in address, exit routes, etc. Also, keep in mind that OSHA regulations mandate that all staff members receive OSHA training annually.
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All rights reserved. This product is copyrighted by Physicians' Ally, Inc.. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise without the prior written permission of the copyright owner.
Thank you for for considering the OSHA Medical Practice Compliance Toolkit. We are certain you will find the manual an invaluable tool in building your practice's compliance program. We are available to help you with any compliance questions or concerns you may have to facilitate your implementation of your compliance program. If you have any questions about the Compliance Plan, please contact me at 303-586-9390. We look forward to hearing from you, and hope that you tell other practice administrators and physicians about this product if it exceeds your expectations. Sincerely, Marcia L. Brauchler President
The OSHA Medical Practice Compliance Toolkit is customized to your particular practice. Once your purchase is complete, you will recieve an email with your documents.
Please ensure that you review your entered information carefully, as you will not be able to modify it in your generated documents.
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