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Medical and First Aid

Automated External Defibrillators: Saving Sudden Cardiac Arrest Victims in the Workplace
(OSHA 3185 - 2003) (English: HTML PDF)

Emergency Response: Best Practices for Hospital-Based First Receivers of Victims
This document offers useful information to help hospitals create emergency plans based on worst-case scenarios. It focuses on suggestions for appropriate training and suitable personal protective equipment for healthcare employees who may be exposed to hazardous substances when they treat victims of mass casualties. The document includes appendices with practical examples of decontamination procedures and medical monitoring for first receivers who respond to a mass casualty incident.
(OSHA 3249 - 2005) (English: HTML PDF Add to Cart)

First Aid: Best Practices Guide - Fundamentals of a Workplace First-Aid Program
This guide identifies four essential elements for first-aid programs to be effective and successful; management leadership and employee involvement, worksite analysis, hazard prevention and control, and safety and health training. It also includes best practices for planning and conducting safe and effective first-aid training.
(OSHA 3317-2006) (English: PDF)

Isocyanates: Do You Have Work-Related Asthma? A Guide for You and Your Doctor Fact Sheet
(OSHA FS-3707 - 2014) (English: PDF)

Medical & Dental Offices - A Guide to Compliance with OSHA Standards
(OSHA 3187 - 2003) (English: PDF)

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