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OSHA requires all employees who work on site and are exposed to hazardous substances, health hazards, or safety hazards to receive 40 hours of initial training and an annual refresher of 8 hours thereafter.What training does OSHA require?
OSHA will require a few training topics for all businesses, such as Access to Medical Records, Bloodborne Pathogens, and Hazard Communication. In addition to these required trainings, OSHA will also require employees to be trained in the hazards of the work they are performing or the hazards present in their working environment.What is mandatory OSHA training?
OSHA training is mandatory for all employees, including the doctor, nurses, receptionists and part-time employees. HIPAA training is mandatory for anyone who comes into contact with protected health information (PHI).What are OSHA safety requirements?
OSHA requirements for offices are less complex than for the manufacturing industry, but they still need to be met and are monitored by OSHA. Common issues that OSHA is involved in offices include fire hazards, structural integrity, illumination, temperature and health safety protocols.