Learn about New OSHA Best Practices for Workplace First Aid Program

Aug. 24, 2006
The United States Department of Labor (OSHA) recently released a new document, Best Practices Guide: Fundamentals of a Workplace First-Aid Program. The

The United States Department of Labor –(OSHA) recently released a new document, Best Practices Guide: Fundamentals of a Workplace First-Aid Program. The purpose of the guide is to present a summary of the basic elements of a first aid program at a workplace.

Seminar topics will include:

• How new OSHA Best Practices can help guide you in the development of a first aid training program for your employees
• What your organization needs to do to comply with OSHA Standards for First Aid Training, Bloodborne Pathogens and Emergency Preparedness
• How the American Red Cross can help you
develop, revise or implement a first aid program that meets OSHA standards and incorporates Best Practices recommendations

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