The Certificate in Healthcare Safety is designed for the professional in the healthcare environment who is responsible for the safety of patients, employees, and visitors. A Certificate in Healthcare Safety will provide a solid foundation to assist one in facilitating institutional compliance with OSHA regulations and meeting The Joint Commission (TJC) standards as they relate to the environment of care.
To earn a Certificate in Healthcare Safety, the professional will have to successfully complete course work in OSHA general industry standards, bloodborne pathogens, airborne pathogens, hazardous materials, fire and life safety, and emergency management. Course content will specifically address conducting risk assessments, the Hospital Incident Command System (HICS), NFPA’s Life Safety Code®, and The Joint Commission’s Statement of Conditions™.
Courses taken through other official OSHA Training Institute Education Centers can be used to fulfill up to four of the courses required for the Certificate in Healthcare Facilities, if they were completed within the 5 years allocated for Certificate Completion.
When a participant has completed the entire certificate they must fill out an official Certificate Application form. The form is handed out in all CSUDH Classes, and is also available by request here. Participants must provide copies of all official OTI Course Certificates to be included in the Healthcare Facilities certificate . ALL COURSES MUST BE COMPLETED WITHIN A 5 YEAR PERIOD.
OSHA 511 Standards for General Industry
OSHA 7200 Bloodborne Pathogens
OSHA 7210 Pandemic Influenza & Airborne Transmissible Diseases
Hazardous Materials within the Healthcare Environment
Emergency Management within the Healthcare Environment
Fire & Life Safety within the Healthcare Environment
Basic Life Support – American Heart Association
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