June 7, 2007
May 22, 2009
Develop training and education programs for occupational health nurses and human resource professionals regarding OSHA standards and key issues in workplace safety and health training including such topics as bloodborne pathogens, OSHA recordkeeping, emergency preparedness, MSDs and workplace violence prevention.
Implementation Team Members
Kim Olszewski, President PAAOHN; Juanita Kantner, PAAOHN Alliance Coordinator; Barbara Bray, OSHA; PAAOHN Chapter Presidents; PA OSHA Compliance Assistance Specialists (CAS)
June 7, 2008 - June 7, 2009
Alliance implementation survey of PAAOHN Chapter presidents at 10/11/08 PAAOHN Conference in Fogelsville, PA by OSHA Regional Office Alliance Coordinator; May 2009 Implementation and Renewal Conference Call.
Training and Education
Outreach and Communication
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OSHA and PAAOHN renewed their alliance on May 22, 2009. Plans for the upcoming year include advanced OSHA Recordkeeping training for membership along with continued emphasis on programs that include OSHA Updates and pandemic flu.Back to Top
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