What is OSHA?
The OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Standard requires that employers must protect workers who are occupationally exposed to blood or other potentially infectious materials (OPIM), as defined in the standard. That is, the standard protects workers who can reasonably be anticipated to encounter blood or OPIM as a result of doing their job duties. The Standard requires several components for an effective program such as an exposure control plan, immunization, training, post-exposure follow up and the use of controls to help keep employees safe.
Our Full Service OSHA Program
Includes Training On:
1. Training on the Bloodborne Pathogen Standard
2. Training modules for new employees
3. Policy/Updates in Renewal Years
4. Facility Review/Inspection
5. Forms and Contracts
Your business needs to comply with government and industry regulations but may lack the time, resources, and expertise to effectively manage compliance and adequately protects its reputation. As your brand protection partner, CentraVance manages regulatory compliance from start-to-finish. We offer full compliance packages to both covered entities and business associates.