Welcome to your OSHA Quick Assessment!

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1. Do you have a designated OSHA Compliance manager?
2. When was the last time you conducted an OSHA self assessment of your facility?
3. Are you familiar with your state specific OSHA requirements?
4. Do you have an updated OSHA Job Safety and Health Protection poster placed in a common employee area?
5. Do you have any financial coverage or insurance to protect you against OSHA audit related fines?
6. Do you have a Fire and Emergency Plan, and are all employees aware of it?
7. Do you have a written Covid-19 Employee Safety Plan?
8. Do you have documentation proving all employees have completed a Covid-19 Employee Safety Training?
9. Do you have a Respiratory Protection Standard Plan documented, and when was the last time it was updated?
10. Do you have documentation proving all employees have completed Infection Control Training within the last 12 months?
11. Do you have a Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan and when was it updated?
12. Do you have documentation proving all employees have completed Bloodborne Pathogen Training within the last 12 months?
13. Do you have a Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Incident Log?
14. Did you provide Hepatitis B vaccinations to any employee who is reasonably anticipated to have exposure within 10 days of employment and at no cost to the employee?
15. If you answered "No"/"Unsure" to the above, did you require employees to sign Hepatitis B Vaccine Declination Form?
16. Do you have a written Hazard Communication Plan and when was the last time it was updated?
17. Do you have documentation proving all employees have completed Hazard Communication Training within the last 12 months?
18. For California practices ONLY: Do you have documentation proving all employees have completed Aerosol Transmissible Diseases Training within the last 12 months?
19. Do you have an inventory of all your Safety Data Sheets (SDS) for all chemicals on-site?
20. What are your biggest pain points/challenges when it comes to your OSHA compliance?