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Medical Office 1

Safety and Patient Reception

medical office is divided into two categories “back office” is the clinical area and “front office,” including the reception area, is where business and nonclinical tasks take place
Medical Office Safety Plan Contains OSHA Hazard Communication •Electrical safety •Fire safety •Emergency action plan •Chemical safety •Bloodborne pathogen exposure •Personal protective equipment •Needlestick prevention
Safety Data Sheets formerly called Material Safety Data Sheets; General information about the chemical is contained in sections 1–8, technical information is found in sections 9–16
hazard labels required for each chemical container.
Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals update includes changes to the information sheets that accompany each chemical
Chemical manufacturers and importers are now required to includes the health and physical hazards and classification of chemical mixtures
new standard requires each employer to Train all employees on the revised standard. •Have a written program. •Provide employees with easy access to Safety Data Sheets. •Keep a master list of hazardous chemicals•Ensure that any chemical kept in a secondary container be properly labele
Labels all labels on hazardous chemicals must provide quick and simple graphic information about the chemical.
hazardous chemical labels must include the following: Manufacturer’s name and address •Product identifier (name, batch number, and so on) •Signal words (Danger, Warning, and so on) •Hazard Statement •Precautionary Statement (prevention, response, storage, and disposal) •Pictograms (must be banded in red)
Biohazard all containers used to store waste products, blood, blood products, or other specimens that may be contaminated with bloodborne pathogens are considered biohazardous
Biohazard Symbol must be bright orange-red and clearly lettered so that no one can mistake the meaning of the warning
Electrical Safety familiarizing yourself with the location of circuit breakers and emergency power shutoffs
safeguards to reduce electrical hazards Avoid using extension cords, Frayed electrical wires, overloaded outlets, and improperly grounded plugs; Dry your hands before working with electrical devices; Do not position electrical devices near sinks, faucets, or other sources of water.
Created by: baybro9933