OSHA Compliance Package including Infectious Disease Exposure Control Plan and Emergency Action Plan for Acupuncture Clinics
This package, designed by an acupuncturist for acupuncture clinics, will help you meet OSHA requirements. All you need to do is insert your business name/ name of the responsible party in the appropriate places in the documents, and fill in a few blanks (like where employees and patients should gather in the event of an evacuation).
This customizable Plan includes:
An Exposure Control Plan for Bloodborne Pathogens- reviews employee obligations and rights under OSHA Standard (29 CFR 1910.1030), including rules for sharps disposal, safe sharps handling guidelines, procedures to follow in the event of a blood exposure, and information on the most common bloodborne pathogens including Hepatitis A, B, and C, and HIV.
Infectious Disease Preparedness with guidance in-modes of transmission, common pathogens found in the clinic environment, how to implement Standard Precautions for Infection Control, information on the most common pathogens and how to eradicate them; routine cleaning and disinfection, and effective hand and respiratory hygiene.
Clinic Infection Control Plan with pandemic specific updates-explains how to prevent spread of COVID according to the most current CDC and WHO guidlelines: hand hygiene, recommendations for use of barrier devices like gloves, masks, and gowns; handling of linens; how to clean and disinfect equipment and surfaces in the clinic
Medical Emergency Plan-provides instructions on when to provide first aid and when to call an ambulance
Workplace Violence Prevention Plan- teaches employees how to recognize and address physical, emotional, or mental threats; how to use verbal and non-verbal tactics to lessen the likelihood of a situation becoming violent; how to protect oneself from harm in the event of criminal activity, and how to report suspicious behavior
Hazard Communication Program (per OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1200) addresses Fire and Electrical Safety, Weather Emergencies, Facility Evacuation, and Sheltering in Place. These plans:
- delineate what steps your employees should take in case of a natural disaster like fire, tornado, hurricane, or earthquake emergencies, or in the event of chemical, biological, or radiological exposures (per Exit Routes Standards-29 CFR 1910.36-9)
- how to set up a safe room, how to use and maintain fire extinguishers, as well as general fire prevention and eradication recommendations
- inspection and maintenance of equipment per the Electrical Standard rules (OSHA 29 CFR 1010.301 to 1910.399)
- information on Data Safety Sheets for chemicals used in the workplace
- how to respond in an active shooter situation
- and more.
Radiation Safety Guidelines according to the Ionizing Radiation standard (OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1096) - outlines policies for offices with X-ray equipment, including signage and dosimeter use
Ergonomics Training with information on safe lifting, correct posture, and risk factors such as repetitive motion, localized pressure, and vibration injury
Office Safety checklists-help you recognize and correct potential trip and fall, electrical or other hazards in treatment rooms, parking lots, entranceways, stairwells, etc.
PDFs of useful OSHA Safety Fact Sheets and Booklets, including:
- Bloodborne Pathogen Fact Sheet
- Ergonomics pdf
- Sharps Fact Sheet
- Personal Protective Equipment Fact Sheet
- Workplace Emergency Fact Sheet
- Small Business Handbook
- Exit Routes Fact Sheet
Centers for Disease Control Fact Sheets
- Hepatitis A, B, and C
- Hepatitis B Vaccination Fact Sheet
- COVID 19 PPE
- Hand Hygiene Fact Sheet
Employee Training Materials-Annual employee competencies with tests and answer key for:
- Bloodborne Pathogen training
- Infectious disease control training
- Hand hygiene training
- Workplace violence training
- Fire and electrical safety training
- Ergonomics and body mechanics training
Hepatitis B Vaccination Declination Form
A copy of the OSHA employee rights poster- federal law requires the poster be displayed in a conspicuous place
Other OSHA compliance packages found online cost between $140-225 for the Exposure Control Plan alone (without the Emergency Action Plan), plus $25 per employee for annual testing.
When your purchase is complete, the fillable PDF and instructions are automatically emailed to you in a zip file.
Purchasers also receive 50% off of our approved continuing ed courses in the safety category.