OSHA Blood-Borne Pathogen Train-the-Trainer Program
Thursday, September 27, 2018
Mass Senior Care Office, Waltham
9:00 a.m.— 3:00 p.m.
(Registration at 8:30 a.m.)
This seminar will thoroughly cover the OSHA blood-borne pathogen standard. It is intended to dispel myths and clarify the standard under OSHA federal law and will explore the law and the minimum requirements. During this seminar topics to be addressed include: documentation requirements, vaccines, injury logs, requirements for an effective exposure control plan, prevention and elimination of injuries, the cost of exposure, and how to report injury and post exposure follow up should an injury or exposure occur. We will explore methods to remove hazards and Personal Protective Equipment, engineering controls, housekeeping and hazard communications/labeling requirements. In addition, the seminar will review the U.S. DOT Hazardous Materials Regulations (49 CFR) which applies to all hazmat shipments that leave a facility.
Participants will work in groups to develop an exposure plan and policy to take back to their facilities and be able to write an effective exposure plan, train employees, and identify opportunities for improvement, and depend less on third party consultants for OSHA compliance.
Administrators, Infection Control staff, Facilities Management staff
At the conclusion of the program, attendees will be able to:
•Understand the federal OSHA blood-borne pathogen standard.
•Identify the components of an effective exposure control plan.
•Understand the regulations and requirements for health-care facilities under U.S. DOT Hazardous Materials Regulations (49 CFR)
David Ryan, VP of United Medical Waste Management, an Associate Member of Mass Senior Care Association. David is responsible for managing safety and environmental compliance for United Medical Waste Management, the largest independently owned medical waste company serving New England.
$150 for Mass Senior Care Members
$250 for Non-Members
A continental breakfast and lunch are included.
Mass Senior Care must be notified no later than 24 hours prior to the start time of the class for a credit of equal amount to be issued to your Mass Senior Care account. Refunds will not be given and “No Show” attendees will be billed at the full registration fee.
5 - The Massachusetts Senior Care Association has qualified for “deemed status #NH-09015-007” from the Board of Registration of Nursing Home Administrators for Administrators. This program also meets continuing education requirements for Nurses in Massachusetts. All paid registrants will receive certificate of attendance.
Massachusetts Senior Care Association
800 South Street, Suite 280
Waltham, MA 02453
Directions: Visit www.maseniorcare.org/directions
Use the upper level of the parking garage to the left of the building only. Take a left in the garage to access the upper levels. There are ample handicapped parking spaces located directly in front of the building’s main entrance. Please do not park in marked reserved spaces.