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OSHA Compliance

posted May 13, 2013, 12:16 PM by CSEM Administrator   [ updated May 14, 2013, 2:17 PM by amanzo@seowebpower.com ]
Around 5.6 million working Americans run the risk of being exposed to or developing certain illnesses from blood borne pathogens, the most common being the Human Immunodeficiency Virus, also known as HIV, and Hepatitis B. The number of incidents reported quite recently has actually increased quite alarmingly and has the potential to become a serious risk for any worker who works directly with other employees, and it is because of this that strict uniform standards are set and regulated by OSHA bloodborne pathogen training and enforcements just to avoid spreading these horrible diseases. It is lawful for you, as the employer, to undergo such OSHA bloodborne pathogen training to keep your employees safe and also to abide by the law. The lives of the employees may be at stake if the proper procedures are not adhered to, thus every precaution should be taken.

    The Center for Safety and Environmental Management offers a very detailed and orderly approach for their OSHA bloodborne pathogen training, and if you refer to their website, you will notice a list of all the other training programs that CSEM has to offer. For example, when looking for OSHA training on bloodborne pathogens, you will notice the outline first goes over the basics of blood borne pathogens, such as what it is, how it is contracted, and how infections of this nature can be avoided. Next are a few things that may include how emergency response workers can keep it under control by avoiding exposure and how to properly clean it up. While these may be a very basic outline of the actual lecture, you can imagine that the trainer from CSEM will perform his/her job thoroughly, as blood borne pathogens are not a thing to take lightly.

    Now that you are a little familiar with what this professional company has to offer as far as OSHA bloodborne pathogen training goes, all you have to do is refer to their user-friendly website to make an appointment for this training. The potential results may save someone’s life.