"Post-Exposure Incident Exposed Employee Consent Form " Mobile App
Exposure to blood or other potentially infectious material on the job must be documented.
How does it work?
When this occurs, it is recommended that employees have a blood test to detect the presence of HIV (known to cause AIDS), HBV and HCV. Use the Post-Exposure Incident Exposed Employee Consent Form mobile app for documentation. This app allows employees to read the statement and captures their signature for consent testing.
Working and training as a health professional has occupational hazards. That's why it's critical for health employees, such as dentists, doctors, and nurses, to wear personal protective equipment. Surgical gloves and eye shields can protect workers from communicable blood diseases.
OSHA standards spell out workplace safety procedures and outline the employer responsibilities of a health administration if exposure occurs. These rules recognize the safety of the exposed individual, as well as public health concerns. This record may also be needed when filing for workers' compensation benefits or a workers' rights action.
In some cases, corrective action may be taken. OSHA outreach may direct an industrial hygienist to unearth additional occupational hazards. This professional may advise new control practices to ensure workplace safety and/or an occupational safety training program that will increase hazard recognition and health standards.
The Post-Exposure Incident Exposed Employee Consent Form Mobile App creates a PDF that should be retained in the exposed employee’s medical file. All GoCanvas apps regarding employee medical records can be made HIPAA compliant to comply with privacy laws.