Available as an individual purchase.
Exposure to blood or other bodily fluids is a real and present concern in many pharmacies and it’s critical to have an Exposure Control Plan (ECP) for the health of your employees and patients. OSHA requires employers to be compliant with the Bloodborne Pathogen Standard when employees have a reasonably anticipated risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens and other potentially infectious material (OPIM). Having an Exposure Control Plan in place is necessary and may help prevent an incident and/or mitigate any healthcare costs and fines an employer may be forced to pay when there is an exposure incident.
Here are some of the services pharmacies provide that could potentially expose employees to blood or other potentially infectious material:
- Clinical testing
- Patient training on diagnostic equipment (including glucose monitors)
- Medical Equipment Rental
The PRS Exposure Control Plan Includes:
- Policies and Procedures
- Exposure Control Plan Template
- Bloodborne Pathogen Incident Report Form
- Forms for Needle Sticks
- Annual Sharps Assessments
- Online Trackable Training for your employees
COMPLIANCETrack allows you to have multiple pharmacy locations* in one easy-to-manage account, while still allowing the Pharmacist-in-Charge (or other individuals with Compliance Responsibilities) to have access to information relevant to just their location. *Additional site purchases required.