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Category Archive: OSHA

Sep 13 2019

Hepatitis B Virus

Hepatitis B virus is a major healthcare problem all around the world. Hepatitis B virus, also known as HBV, infects and inflames the liver causing hepatitis B. This virus can be self-resolving overtime or it can become chronic and lead …

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Aug 08 2019

Medicare Requirements

If your medical office accepts Medicare or Medicaid, you must follow FDR rules and regulations in order to remain in complete compliance. The FDR has requirements that practices must follow in order to avoid fines. FDR requires medical offices that …

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Jul 08 2019

Duda OSHA Violations

OSHA violations can cost your company time and money. Duda Farm Fresh Foods Inc has been cited because of OSHA violations by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The incident took place on June 3, 2019. …

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Jul 01 2019

California Heat Protection Plan

California heat protection plans are important for the safety of staff and employees. With the temperatures rising fast, you want to stay cool, especially if working outdoors. Protection from harmful high heat temperatures is important for workers safety. In …

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May 14 2019

OSHA Deadline Approaching

The deadline to complete your 2019 electronic reporting OSHA form is fast approaching. The forms that you should submit include forms 300 and 301. These are logs that have to do with work-related injuries and illnesses. Obtaining records is …

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Apr 17 2019

Complete Compliance for Your Business

What are some things you can do to make sure your medical or dental practice is in complete compliance? One of the first steps to help you become completely compliant is to make a plan. Your compliance plan should …

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Apr 15 2019

Common OSHA Medical Regulations

Some of the most common standard rules for medical and dental offices include the Bloodborne Pathogen Standard (29 CFR 1910.1030), Hazard communication rule (29 CFR 1910.1200), and Reporting of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses (29 CFR 1904). As a result, all …

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Apr 03 2019

How Your Company Can Be Compliant

The main purpose of being or becoming compliant in healthcare is to improve the care of patients. Healthcare compliance that is effective can lessen the chances of fines when it comes to workplace injuries.
The government requires all healthcare …

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Mar 28 2019

OSHA and HIPAA Regulations

OSHA and HIPAA regulations were created for the safety of both patients and the staff. This includes the physical well being and private information of every employee as well as staff members. The compliance rules are set in place …

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Mar 25 2019

Hazard Communication Standard Rule

 
Hazard communication standard final rule modifications. This rule will help around 43 million employees prevent injuries in the workplace and illnesses for those who work with or produce hazardous chemicals. One of the benefits of this new rule …

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