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Without even realizing it, you can become immune to OSHA compliance violations sitting right in front of you. These are the violations that can be the most troublesome and costly when an inspector walks in your door for a surprise visit. And don’t be fooled, just because you’ve never been inspected before, doesn’t mean it will never happen.
There is an easy answer. OSHA compliance expert, Kelly D. Ogle, BSDH, MIOP, CMPM, CHOP®, is ready to walk you through exactly how you can better protect your staff against harm and your practice against violations and hefty penalties. Effective August 2016 OSHA violation fines are going to up even higher. Instead of $7,000 a day, you could be hit with a fine of $12,600 a day. And repeat and willful violations are going from $70,000 to $126,000.
With everything else you have going on, it’s easy to push your OSHA compliance program aside and meet all of the requirements until it’s too late. Don’t fall into this trap. It’s much better to be over prepared for an inspection versus getting stuck with a $12,600 a day fine.
Here are just a few of the expert, plain-English tactics you’ll receive by completing Kelly’s training session:
- Successfully transition from the Hazard Communications Program to the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals by the federally-required June 1st deadline
- Make sure every one of your SDS forms have been updated and comply
- Master the General Duty Clause to protect your staff from harm and your practice from fines
- Document key OSHA requirements the way inspectors want to see it
- Proven Exposure Incident Protocol tools to make your life easier
- Implement OSHA training program that identifies key risk areas and ensures you’re protected
- Avoid the most common violations related to the Bloodborne Pathogen Standards
- And so much more...
By completing Kelly’s training, you’ll have the tools you need to pass an OSHA inspection. You’ll be able to avoid the serious financial consequences that accompany a violation for two of OSHA’s key components you’re responsible for:
- Bloodborne Pathogen Standard – Protect your staff from blood and body fluid exposure (i.e. hepatitis B vaccinations, training, protective attire, etc.) with written safety plans, including an exposure control plan.
- Hazard Communication Standard (“Employee’s Right to Know” law) - Ensure chemical safety in the workplace. (identity hazards of chemicals, training, protective attire, labeling, and to maintain Safety Data Sheets (SDS).)
You may think that you’re on top of your dental office’s OSHA compliance requirements, but these complex regulations make it easy to be at risk and not even realize it. Why take a chance? By investing just 90 minutes of your time, you can make sure you’re ready when the OSHA inspector walks in the door.
Don’t leave anything to chance. Make sure you pass your OSHA audit. Don’t wait, order today.
Meet Your Expert:
OSHA and HIPAA Specialist for DoctorsManagement
Kelly provides OSHA and HIPAA training and consulting to help medical and dental practices maintain compliance within their facilities. She conveys the importance of a safe environment for employees while reducing the risk of penalties for the practice. In addition to delivering training, Kelly performs mock OSHA and HIPAA audits to help clients take corrective action to help reduce the risk of penalties before they happen. She also contributes to the OSHA Bulletin and the OSHA and HIPAA compliance manuals produced by DoctorsManagement.
Kelly engages her audience with enthusiasm as she conveys the importance of employee safety and patient privacy as well as the details of protecting the practice from risks and penalties that result from OSHA and HIPAA violations. Kelly is a breath of fresh air to all who have the pleasure of working with her. Clients also appreciate that she has hands-on experience as a registered dental hygienist.
Kelly holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Dental Hygiene from East Tennessee State University and became licensed in the administration of local anesthesia and the monitoring and administration of nitrous oxide. Kelly successfully completed a course in General Industry for OSHA and is a Certified Healthcare OSHA Professional (CHOP®) through the American Academy of Provider Offices and Laboratories. She recently completed the Certified Medical Practice Manager (CMPM®) training and certification through DM University and completed her Master’s Degree in Industrial Organizational Psychology from Walden University.
Kelly was born and raised in Knoxville, Tennessee. She enjoys spending time with her husband and their son. She also enjoys numerous creative activities including painting, drawing, reading and singing with her Sweet Adeline’s Chorus.