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Required Written Programs

OSHA or WISHA?

If you practice within the state of Washington, please visit our WISHA Compliance Programs section below.

Those practicing in states outside of Washington, please visit our OSHA Compliance Programs section below.


WISHA
Written programs contain your policies and procedures and serve as reference documentation that you have complied with the regulatory requirements of WISHA.

Bloodborne Pathogens Program - You have employees with occupational exposure to blood or other potentially infectious materials so you must have a written program tailored to your practice. Your bloodborne pathogens program includes policies and procedures and addresses and includes all of the engineering, administrative and work-practice controls necessary to protect your employees from exposure to infectious or potentially infectious materials.

Infectious Waste Management Program - Managing infectious waste is part of the bloodborne pathogens requirement. Many health departments and other local or regional agencies now require separate written policies for infectious waste management. For that reason, we include a site-specific Infectious Waste Management Program in all WISHA programs.

Hazard Communication Program - Your employees use products containing hazardous chemicals so you must have a written Hazard Communication Program tailored to your practice. Your program includes policies and procedures which document how you communicate product safety information to each affected employee.

Accident Prevention Program - Hazards in every workplace are unique. WISHA requires that you understand the hazards in your facility and develop an Accident Prevention Program to address them. Your program includes general safety and health policies and procedures, specifying what you do to protect employees from anything that could cause illness or injury. It also addresses how to respond if an accident occurs. Many states now require all employers to put their Accident Prevention Programs in writing. For that reason, we include a site-specific Accident Prevention Program in all WISHA programs that we write.

Tuberculosis Prevention Program - TB programs are not required by WISHA, although we include TB prevention practices in our Infection Control program.

HARRISBIOMEDICAL WISHA programs are not fill-in-the-blanks kits or generic programs. You get customized programs tailored to your practice that describe what you are doing to comply with the regulations and how you are doing it. HARRISBIOMEDICAL WISHA programs include all forms and posters needed for compliance as well as an WISHA Coordinator's Checklist to ensure that you stay in compliance.

For more information, contact us or call 1-866-548-2468.


OSHA
Written programs contain your policies and procedures and serve as reference documentation that you have complied with the regulatory requirements of OSHA.

Bloodborne Pathogens Program - You have employees with occupational exposure to blood or other potentially infectious materials so you must have a written program tailored to your practice. Your bloodborne pathogens program includes policies and procedures and addresses and includes all of the engineering, administrative and work-practice controls necessary to protect your employees from exposure to infectious or potentially infectious materials.

Infectious Waste Management Program - Managing infectious waste is part of the bloodborne pathogens requirement. Many health departments and other local or regional agencies now require separate written policies for infectious waste management. For that reason, we include a site-specific Infectious Waste Management Program in all OSHA programs.

Hazard Communication Program - Your employees use products containing hazardous chemicals so you must have a written Hazard Communication Program tailored to your practice. Your program includes policies and procedures which document how you communicate product safety information to each affected employee.

Accident Prevention Program - Hazards in every workplace are unique. OSHA requires that you understand the hazards in your facility and develop an Accident Prevention Program to address them. Your program includes general safety and health policies and procedures, specifying what you do to protect employees from anything that could cause illness or injury. It also addresses how to respond if an accident occurs. Many states now require all employers to put their Accident Prevention Programs in writing. For that reason, we include a site-specific Accident Prevention Program in all OSHA programs that we write.

Tuberculosis Prevention Program - Although TB programs are not required by Federal OSHA, some states require written TB prevention programs. For that reason, we include TB prevention practices in every OSHA program that we prepare (under Infection Control).

HARRISBIOMEDICAL OSHA programs are not fill-in-the-blanks kits or generic programs. You get customized programs tailored to your practice that describe what you are doing to comply with the regulations and how you are doing it. HARRISBIOMEDICAL OSHA programs include all forms and posters needed for compliance as well as an OSHA Coordinator's Checklist to ensure that you stay in compliance.

For more information, contact us or call 1-866-548-2468.









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