Leadership: Field Manager Process – Exposure Control Plan

The Field Manager is responsible for training staff and updating the County exposure control plan on a yearly basis. Updates must be added if any changes occur.

Mandatory Blood Borne Pathogen and Hazardous Communication training must be completed annually and the Training Attendance Record (11PE203E) must be sent to State Office and recorded in orange book along with entire exposure control plan.

Employee training records must be maintained for three years.

The Department of Labor Inspectors may question employees or review your orange book at any time.

Policy: OKDHS: 2-15-32.

Refer to Risk and Safety Management.

For questions regarding Exposure Control Plans, please contact Risk and Safety.

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