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Bloodborne Pathogens in Retail Grocery v.2
Exposure to bloodborne diseases is a major concern for employees whose jobs require them to deal with the public on a frequent basis.
OSHA - Bloodborne Pathogens: Awareness and Protection
Today more than ever, contraction of deadly bloodborne pathogens is a real risk. Coming into contact with other people’s blood and bodily fluids can put you at risk of HIV, syphilis, and hepatitis, among many other dangerous bloodborne pathogens.
OSHA - Bloodborne Pathogens: Protecting Employees
OSHA–Bloodborne Pathogens: Protecting Employees from Transmission is designed to help your managers ensure employees are prepared and safe.
OSHA - Fire Safety: Creating a Prepared Workforce
To face the potentially devastating effects of fire, managers must be aware of their responsibility to create a prepared and informed workforce.
OSHA - Fire Safety: Quick Response & Disaster Prevention
Fire represents both a dangerous human hazard and the greatest potential for long-term damage to any company.
OSHA - Hazard Communication: Managing Programs
OSHA – Hazard Communication: Managing Programs in the Workplace* course, which includes GHS updates, is specifically designed to meet OSHA training requirements.
OSHA - Hazard Communication: Staying Informed!
OSHA – Hazard Communication: Staying Informed about Dangers in the Workplace course, which includes GHS updates, is designed to meet OSHA’s training requirement and keep employees safe and healthy on the job.
OSHA - HazCom & SDS Standards: The GHS Changes (Employee)
LearnSomething’s OSHA – HazCom & SDS Standards: The GHS Changes (Employee)* course is designed to meet OSHA’s training requirement and keep employees safe and healthy on the job
OSHA - HazCom & SDS Standards: The GHS Changes (Manager)
Every workplace contains potentially hazardous materials.
OSHA - Lockout/Tagout Best Practices
OSHA – Lockout/Tagout Best Practices is designed to meet OSHA’s training requirements and show your employees how to prevent injuries occurring through the accidental release of energy.