Compliance 101 Blog

  1. OSHA’s Radiation Standard

    The definition of a “Radiation Area” means any area, accessible to personnel, in which there exists radiation at such levels that a major portion of the body could receive in any 1 hour a dose in excess of 5 millirem, or in any 5 consecutive days a dose in excess of 100 mil

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  2. Emergency Action Plan

    What is an EAP? Should we have an EAP for a medical clinic that has six employees?

    An Emergency Action Plan or EAP is a set of actions

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  3. Distinguishable Warning Signs

    What are the distinguishable warning signs that are mandatory at the workplace?

    When is it appropriate to put danger, caution, or other warning signs such as biological hazard signs?

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  4. Portable Fire Fighting Equipment

    What are the OSHA guidelines regarding portable fire fighting equipment such as fire extinguishers?

    OSHA mandates that a fire extinguisher, rated not less than 2A, shall be provided for every 3,000 square feet of the protected building

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  5. OSHA Compliant Surfaces

    Does a carpeted surface need to be covered by a “rubber mat” to be OSHA compliant?

    Is blood not an issue on the carpet? Does OSHA require a surface to be “wiped clean”?

    The first question falls u

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