COVID-19 In Healthcare Environments – OSHA’s Emergency Temporary Standard


While many employees are still working from home, frontline healthcare workers have remained on the job during the pandemic, making them among those with the highest risk of COVID-19 infection. Consequently, as this course shows, many things have become different at their healthcare facility because of OSHA’s Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS). Designed to address issues specific to protecting people in healthcare facilities from getting and spreading coronavirus, this course details each aspect of OSHA’s ETS. From learning about the COVID-19 Plan and required precautions to personal hygiene measures and signs and symptoms of the virus, employees complete this course with actionable knowledge on how to protect themselves and others from infection. Teach this course so all healthcare facility employees stay OSHA compliant and know how to recognize, treat, and prevent the spread of COVID-19 and its variants.


Healthcare workers and healthcare facility support staff

Healthcare Facilities

Introduction: What You Need to Know|The COVID-19 Plan And Required Precautions|Physical Considerations And Administration|The Coronavirus, Vaccination, Testing And Tracing|Hand Washing And Touch Discipline|Social Distancing And Respiratory Etiquette|If You Think You’re Getting Sick|Returning to Work During The Pandemic|Conclusion


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Training Time:
23-48 minutes

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Devices Supported:
Windows, Apple, Android, Chrome

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Interactive Producer:
Mastery Training Content Network

Original Content Producer:
Marcom, Ltd