DISCLAIMER: The expert advisor referenced on this page was designed several years ago and although it should function using the latest versions of Windows without problem, there may be instances where it is no longer compatible (i.e., Windows 64-bit).
OSHA's Hazard Identification Software for Long Term Health Care Facilities. This Expert Advisor software will create a customized report on the likely occupational safety and health hazards in a long term care facility. It relies on input from the user about the activities, equipment, and materials in the workplace. The SafeCare advisor evolved from the Hazard Awareness Advisor and focuses on one specific industry. DynCorp developed it with guidance from the staff of DTS's Office of Occupational Nursing.
Depending on the options selected, the SafeCare Advisor:
Please keep in mind that this Advisor is problem-solving, expert-system software. It is not a Web site. It does not look like or act like the Web.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USERS:
The instructions for installing the software:
The SafeCare Advisor was developed with guidance from OSHA's Office of Occupational Health Nursing, Office of Occupational Medicine, and other OSHA and industry experts. It was programmed by Ronald Bird, Ph.D., and staff of DynCorp.
If you have a problem with, or a suggestion for, the software, please contact OSHA.
If you have safety or health problems in your workplace, please contact your local OSHA Area Office or OSHA Consultation Program Office.
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