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By signing the Standard Precautions training vendor attestation, you declare you are currently a qualified trainer for this course and that you will conduct the training in the manner required by the Office of Early Childhood and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
Therefore, upon inspection, if it is found that you are, 1) not qualified to teach this course in the manner outlined by OSHA; or 2) not conducting this training in the matter in which it is intended (such as, handing out certificates to learners without conducting training), the following could occur:
Based on Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements, trainers must be knowledgeable in the subject matter. Possible trainers include a variety of healthcare professionals such as infection control practitioners, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, occupational health professionals, physician's assistants, and emergency medical technicians. Non-healthcare professionals, such as but not limited to, industrial hygienists, epidemiologists, or professional trainers, may conduct the training provided they are knowledgeable in the subject matter covered by the elements contained in the training program as it relates to the workplace. One way, but not the only way, knowledge can be demonstrated is the fact that the trainer has received specialized training. Read more about OSHA requirements.