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Course Descriptions - Employees

All course listed in alphabetical order below.

 

Basic OSHA Training (OSHA Training for Employees in Their First Clinical Setting)

OSHA Defined

OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogen Standard

Bloodborne Pathogens

  • OPIM (Other Potentially Infectious Materials)
  • Risks to Healthcare Workers
  • HIV/AIDS
  • Hepatitis B Virus
  • Hepatitis C Virus

Bloodborne Pathogen Control Plan Defined


Univeral Precautions

  • Engineering Controls
  • Sharps
  • Safe Work Practice Controls
  • PPE
  • Housekeeping
  • Exposure Incident

OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard/"Right to Know" Standard

Hazard Communication Control Plan

  • MSDS
  • Chemical Labeling
  • Chemical Exposures
  • Routes of Chemical Entry
  • PEL (Permissible Exposure Limits)

Hazardous Chemicals

  • Toxins
  • Poisons
  • Carcinogens
  • Corrosives
  • Irritants
  • Flammables and Combustibles

Chemical Storage and Handling

  • General Storage Considerations
  • Safely Working with Hazardous Chemicals
  • Chemical Exposure Response
  • Chemical Clean-Up and Disposal
  • Medical Gases and Compressed Gas Cylinders

Laser Safety

Radiation Hazards

  • High-Energy Radiation
  • Radiation Safety

Fire Safety

  • A.R.A.C.E
  • Fire Extinguishers - P.A.S.S.
  • Electrical Safety

Employee Training

  • OSHA Training Requirements
  • Training Records

2 (Two) P.A.C.E. Credits Available - Order P.A.C.E. Certification


Dental OSHA Training


What is OSHA?

General Facility Safety

  • OSHA General Duty Clause

Bloodborne Pathogens Standard

  • Universal/Standard Precautions
  • Exposure
  • Your OSHA Manual
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • General Safety Rules
  • Biohazardous Waste
  • Laundry
  • Housekeeping
  • Spills
  • Decontaminating Equipment
  • Labels
  • Work Area Restrictions
  • Hepatitis B Vaccine
  • Signs and Symptoms
  • Post Exposure Follow-up
  • Employee Counseling

Hazard Communication Standard

  • MSDS 
  • Labeling Hazardous Chemicals
  • Chemical Spill Clean Up 
  • Common Dental Chemicals with Permissible Exposure Limits
  • Ionizing Radiation
  • Laser Safety

At Your Facility, Do You Know...?

OSHA Records

1 (One) P.A.C.E. Credit Available - Order P.A.C.E. Certification


Ergonomics

Positive Work Techniques

  • Stressors
  • Awkward positions
  • Neutral body positions
  • Taking a break

Back and Neck Injuries

  • Causes of back and neck injuries
  • How to prevent back and neck injuries
  • Sitting
  • Standing

Repetitive Stress Disorders

  • Carpel Tunnel Syndrome

Eye Strain

  • Computer Vision Syndrome
  • Solutions for working with computer screens
  • Relieving eye strain

Computer Work Stations

  • Desks
  • Chairs
  • Monitors
  • Mouses
  • Keyboards

Lifting Techniques

  • Proper technique

Lifting and Moving Patients

  • Transferring from a car to a wheelchair
  • Transferring from a wheelchair to an exam table
  • Repositioning on an exam table
  • Transferring from sitting to standing
  • Moving medical equipment

1 (One) P.A.C.E. Credit Available - Order P.A.C.E. Certification


Fire Safety

Emergency Action Plan

  • Exit routes
  • Evacuation
  • Employees
  • Patients
  • Fire Prevention Plan
  • Hazardous chemical fire hazards
  • Surgical Suites

Responding To A Fire

  • A.R.A.C.E.
  • Fight or Flight?

Fire Extinguishers

  • Types of fire extinguishers
  • P.A.S.S.
  • Extinguisher inspe ctions

Fire Drills

  • Annual participation
  • Documentation

1 (One) P.A.C.E. Credit Available - Order P.A.C.E. Certification


Non-Clinical OSHA Orientation

Introduction to OSHA

General Health and Safety

  • Fire
  • Exit Routes  
  • Evacuation Diagram
  • Emergency Planning  

Hazards for Non-Clinical Employees

  • Electrical Hazards
  • Ergonomics 
  • Violence
  • Emergency Planning  

More OSHA Highlights for Non-Clinical Employees

  • Bloodborne Pathogen Standard
  • Hazard Communication Standard
  • Respiratory Infection Control
  • Emergency Planning

1 (One) P.A.C.E. Credit Available - Order P.A.C.E. Certification


OSHA Annual Retraining for Outpatient Medical Facilities 


Bloodborne Pathogens Standard

  • Body fluids that OSHA considers "potentially infectious".
  • How medical workers can become infected with bloodborne pathogens.
  • Procedures that can expose workers to infectious material.
  • What PPE to use when working with potentially infectious substances.
  • What constitutes biohazardous waste and how to dispose of it.

Hazard Communication Standard

  • Hazardous substances found in medical environments.
  • How to use MSDS to protect employees from dangerous chemicals, to help them recognize if an exposure has occurred, and to show them how to respond to an exposure.

1 (One) P.A.C.E. Credit Available - Order P.A.C.E. Certification


OSHA Orientation for New Employees with Clinical Experience

OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogen Standard

  • Your Exposure Control Plan
  • Bloodborne Diseases
  • OPIM (Other Potentially Infectious Materials)
  • Exposure and Risks to Healthcare Workers
  • Hepatitis B Virus Vaccine
  • Hepatitis B Tests
  • Exposure Prevention
  • Universal Precautions
  • Engineering Controls
  • Work Practice Controls
  • Post Exposure Procedures
  • Hepatitis B Virus Vaccine
  • Post Exposure Evaluation and Follow-Up

Hazard Communication Standard

  • MSDS
  • Hazardous Chemical Protection Measures
  • Signs and Symptoms of Chemical Exposures

Fire Safety

  • Fire Extinguishers

1 (One) P.A.C.E. Credit Available - Order P.A.C.E. Certification


Preventing Workplace Violence in Outpatient Medical and Dental Facilities

OSHA and Workplace Violence Overview

  • How Prevalent is Workplace Violence?
  • Workplace Homocide
  • Recognizing Early Warning Signs of Violence
  • Who Can Perpetrate Workplace Violence
  • How Likely Is Violence In Your Workplace?

What Is Workplace Violence

  • Workplace Violence Includes...
  • Examples of Worker-on-Worker Violence
  • Workplace violence includes verbal abuse

The Abuse Escalation Cycle

  • Who Is Most Likely to Become Violent
  • The Escalation Process
  • Recognizing Early Warning Signs of Assault
  • Your Role in Preventing Workplace Violence

Your Facility's Commitment to Workplace Violence Prevention

De-escalating a Potentially Abusive Situation

  • How to Keep Verbal Abuse from Escalating to Physical Abuse
  • Other Tips for Speaking to an Angry Individual

Disengaging from an Angry Person

  • If Physical Violence Occurs
  • Face-to-Face with an Armed Aggressor

Being a Victim

  • How Your Employer Will Respond to Violence
  • Your Workplace's Commitment to Violence Prevention

MANAGERS ONLY

  • Screening Surveys (FOR MANAGERS ONLY)
  • Analyzing a Workplace Violence Incident (FOR MANAGERS ONLY)
  • Engineering Controls that Can Increase Security (FOR MANAGERS ONLY)
  • Work Practice Controls that Can Increase Security (FOR MANAGERS ONLY)
  • Providing Additional Training for Employees

Record Keeping

1 (One) P.A.C.E. Credit Available - Order P.A.C.E. Certification


 Respiratory Infection Control: Influenza and TB 

(for low-risk facilities)

Introduction

Flu and TB Transmission

Influenza Basics

  • Flu: Transmission
  • Pandemic Flu
  • Flu Prevention and Control
  • Flu and HCW Vaccination
  • HCWs with Flu
  • Cough Etiquette Program
  • Flu Standard Droplet Precautions

TB Basics

  • Incidence of TB
  • TB Transmission
  • How Widespread is TB?
  • TB Prevalence in the U.S.

Latent versus Active TB

  • Active versus Latent TB (LTBI)
  • Active TB Symptoms

Preventing Transmission of Flu and TB

  • Cough Etiquette Program
  • Standard Droplet Precautions

Protecting Staff

  • Annual Risk Assessment: Step 1
  • Annual Risk Assessment: Step 2

TB Skin Testing

  • 2-Step TB Baseline Testing
  • If You Have Active TB Disease
  • Retesting After an Exposure

Managing Known or Suspected TB Patients

  • Training Workers to Identify Suspected TB Patients
  • Identifying Suspected TB Patients
  • Actions to Take After Identifying a Suspected TB Patient
  • Known Active TB Patients

N-95 Masks

  • When to Wear N-95 Masks
  • Seal Checking N-95 Masks

TB Treatment

  • Treatment Details
  • Multi-Drug Resistant TB

Decontamination

  • Decontaminating Patient Care Equipment
  • How To Disinfect Between Known or Suspected TB Patients

1 (One) P.A.C.E. Credit Available - Order P.A.C.E. Certification

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