September 24, 2004
The purpose of this Alliance is to provide information, guidance and training resources to reduce and prevent injuries and illnesses. This is to protect employees' health and safety, particularly in preventing exposure to bloodborne pathogen hazards and other hazards related to medical and dental facilities.
Implementation Team Members
March 11, 2005 Emailed discussions
June 13, 2005 Emailed discussions
August 29, 2005 Chicago Medical Society Headquarters
September 24, 2004 - September 30, 2005
A total of ten training sessions were held to educate health care professionals in regard to the necessity of annual safety and health training and education.
In addition Rita Mosley from the Illinois Onsite Consultation Service and Nancy Quick - Compliance Assistance Specialist- with the North Aurora Area Office participated in the development of the training materials. Paul Seidlitz, RN, from the Illinois Onsite Consultation provided one of the training sessions.
Same as above.
The power point presentation that was used for the training was also used for two other seminars on OSHA Standards for Healthcare Offices. This greatly reduced prep time for those seminars.
|Type of Activity (Conference, Training, Print and Electronic Distribution, etc.)||Number of Individuals Reached or Trained|
|Training conducted with Workbook||497|
Obtained Continuing Education Units, (CEUs), from the American Dental Association for the dentists.
OSHA will have a booth at the Annual CMS-CDS Conference and Meeting Feb 23-28, 2006. It is expected that over 32,000 people will attend.
Approximately seven two-hour training sessions will be given on OSHA requirements during the next fiscal year. In addition, three one-hour OSHA refresher classes will be conducted. A new handout is to be developed for the refresher classes.
Report Prepared by: Nancy Hauter, CAS and Sheila Hall, CPM
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