Complete OSHA Compliance for Family Veterinarians

Complete OSHA Compliance for Family Veterinarians

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Complete Compliance

Award-Winning: Custom Printed OSHA Manual + Unlimited Online Training + Certified Safety Data Sheets. Programs include:

  • Emergency Action and Fire Safety Program
  • Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure Control Program
  • Hazard Communication Program and Certified Safety Data Sheets
  • Respiratory Protection Program
  • Personal Protective Equipment Program
  • Spill Response Program
  • Slips, Trips, and Falls Program
  • Ladder Safety Program
  • Radiation Safety Program
  • Animal Handling and Restraint Safety Program
  • Anesthesia Safety Program
  • Hearing Protection Program
  • Ergonomics and Workplace Safety Program
  • Infectious Disease Prevention Program
  • General Safety Checklist

Training Topics Include:

  • General safety
  • Infection control
  • Bloodborne pathogens
  • Hazardous chemicals
  • Workplace violence
  • Fire safety
  • Personal protective equipment
  • Radiation safety
  • Laser safety
  • Controlled substances
  • Hearing protection
  • Back and Lifting Safety
  • Ergonomic Safety
  • Slips, Trips, and Falls

Each Program Comes Equipped With:

  • Written Compliance Plan
  • Recordkeeping requirements
  • Fact Sheets and Resources
  • Customizable OSHA Forms
  • Online access to the plan
  • One copy of a printed plan with forms for reference
  • Printable Posters
  • Training Topics and Online Training
  • Employee Training Documentation
  • Trainer Qualifications
  • Annual Program Review

Online OSHA Trainings Come With:

  • Live Chat
  • Real-Time Feedback
  • Unlimited Retakes
  • Customized Certificate and Proof of Training
  • Employee Training Documentation
  • No Logins Required
  • Cloud-based Recordkeeping
  • Compatible on any Computer, Mobile or Tablet Device
  • Unlimited technical assistance, by telephone and email

Who is “At-Risk”?

All full- and part-time employees, workers, outside contractors and anyone who comes into contact with chemicals and deceased remains during their work at a veterinarian clinic are considered at-risk.

Everyone is responsible for creating and maintaining a safe and secure work area. There are no exceptions. Attending training sessions annually will ensure at-risk employees are:

  • knowledgeable about the types of bloodborne pathogens encountered
  • familiar with proven methods to reduce exposure risks, and
  • aware of the proper use of personal protection equipment.