OSHA: First Aid and Medical Services
According to the OSH Act of 1970, the employer is required to provide a workplace free from serious recognized hazards and comply with standards, rules and regulations issued under the OSHA Act. The employer is required to provide access to medical services and first-aid supplies commensurate with the hazards of the workplace. Can my business rely on the local 911 service or do we need trained first-aid responders? This OSHA webinar highlights the 1910. Subpart K standard related to medical services and first-aid for general industry. The topic will be useful to Small Business Owners, Company safety personnel, Managers, Safety Committee members, HR staff, etc.
Mark Harmon, Compliance Assistance Specialist (CAS), Erie OSHA Office, will provide information as part of the Strategic Alliance with Clarion University SBDC and Gannon University SBDC to educate participants about Federal OSHA regulatory requirements and resources available to stakeholders and will appeal to any safety