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DA chapter 12
Management of hazardous materials
|How long must an employer maintain employee records on exposures and other medical records?
|duration of employment plus 30
|in the documentation of an exposure incident, the report must be placed where?
|An employee's confidential medical records
|OPIM stands for
|Other potentially infectious materials
|the color red on a warning lable indicates what hazard?
|replacing a cap on a needle should be done using A. one handed scoop B. a needle gaurd C.two handed method D. both A and B
|D both A and B
|if an employer has 8 employees and an exposure occurs the employer is required to complete A. OSHA form 101 B. OSHA form 200 C. No forms because office only has 8 employees D.OSHA forms 101 and 200
|C No forms
|The scope of OSHA's standards include 1. Employee training 2. infection control 3. labeling 4. disposal of biohazardous waste 5.type and color of PPEs employees eyewaer
|All but # 5 color and type
|T/F A bodily fluid that does not contain blood is not considered an OPIM
|T/F The employee is not requiered to give consent to be tested if an exposure incident occurs
|T/F All dental assisting students fall under OSHA guidelines because they are working in a dental office
|T/F after the training of identification of hazardous chemicals a certificate is issued to each employee or is placed in his or her personal file to document training