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Medical services and first aid.(1910.151)
03/08/1982 - STD 01-08-002 [STD 1-8.2] - 29 CFR 1910.151(c), Medical Services and First Aid; 29 CFR 1926.50 and .51, Medical Service and First Aid, and ..
06/26/2007 - [07-04 (CPL 02)] - Cancellation of OSHA Instruction CPL 02-02-053 Guidelines for First Aid Training Programs
11/27/2001 - Enforcement Procedures for the Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens
Additional clarification of using ANSI Z358.1 as guidance to comply with 1910.151(c).
ANSI Z358.1 guidance for complying with 1910.151(c) citation policy for eyewashes and showers.[1910.151(c)]
Clarification of "in near proximity" and OSHA's discretion in enforcing first aid requirements in particular cases. [1910.151; 1910.151(b); 1910.266; 1910.266(i)(7); 1910.269; 1910.269(b); 1926.50; 1926.50(c)]
Clarification of OSHA training requirements for basic first aid and cardiopulmonary resucitation (CPR) [1910.151; 1910.146; 1910.266; 1910.269; 1910.410; 1926.450]
Clarification of training requirements under 1910.151, (Medical Services and First Aid).(1910.151)
Clarification on providing first aid training and maintenance of medical records under OSHA's BBP standard. [1910.151; 1910.151(b); 1910.1030; 1910.1030(h)(1)(ii)(A)]
CPR training is a required element in some OSHA general industry standards [1910.151(b); 1910.146; 1910.266; 1910.269]
CPR/first aid training and "working alone" provisions of 1910.269.
Emergency Wound Care After a Natural Disaster
Interpretation of the First Aid standard.[1910.151]
Locked first aid cabinets in the workplace.
OSHA does not certify first aid training programs, instructors or trainees.[1910.151]
OSHA guidelines for First Aid training recommend CPR training as an element.
OSHA Instruction CPL 2 - 2.53, Guidelines for First Aid Training Programs.
OSHA requirements for providing training for first aid, CPR, and BBP for prompt treatment of injured employees at various workplaces [1910.151; 1910.266; 1910.269; 1910.1030; 1926.50]
OSHA's Best Practices Guide: Fundamentals of a Workplace First-Aid Program
OSHA's position regarding compensating time spent taking employer-sponsored medical exams.[1910.151]
OSHA's requirement to provide first aid supplies specific to the needs of the workplace.
Requirements for eyewash and shower facilities.[1910.151; 1910.151(c)]
Successful completion of a first aid course demonstrated by means other than a written knowledge test.(1910.151)
The review of first aid training programs.
Training and designation of first aid providers in general industry and construction [1910.151(b); 1910.1030(c)(2); 1926.50(c)]
Use of liquid bandages on wounds is considered first aid.[1904.7(b)(5)(ii)(D)]
Using ANSI Z358.1 as guidance to comply with 1910.151(c)[1910.151(c)]
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