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  1. The OSHA Mock Inspection Made Simple
    Price: $155
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    The OSHA Mock Inspection Made Simple

    This book is a comprehensive self-inspection guide for outpatient medical practices.
  2. Drug Diversion Prevention in Healthcare
    Price: $155
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    Drug Diversion Prevention in Healthcare

    Drug Diversion Prevention in Healthcare discusses the issue of drug diversion in detail and demonstrates the components of a solid prevention plan. Loaded with tools and checklists, this book is designed to help hospital security officials create awareness of the drug diversion problem.
  3. Emergency Management Compliance Manual, Second Edition
    Price: $235
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    Emergency Management Compliance Manual, Second Edition

    Now that CMS and The Joint Commission are placing greater emphasis on emergency management, this book is a must have!
  4. Hazardous Waste in Healthcare: A Guide to Regulatory Compliance
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    Hazardous Waste in Healthcare: A Guide to Regulatory Compliance

    This complete resource helps safety officers wade through the confusion using tools, checklists, and forms. With new EPA hazardous waste regulations coming soon, the time to start preparing is now!
  5. Preventing Healthcare-Associated Infections: A Guide to Establishing an Effective Infection Prevention Program
    Price: $165
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    Preventing Healthcare-Associated Infections: A Guide to Establishing an Effective Infection Prevention Program

    This training resource offers practical references to help infection prevention professionals understand the fundamentals, train staff members, and build a successful infection prevention program.
  6. The Compliance Guide to the OSHA GHS Standard
    Price: $135
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    The Compliance Guide to the OSHA GHS Standard

    The Hazard Communication standard is one of the most cited and penalized OSHA standards. OSHA has revamped the standard by adopting the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals. The changes are intended to improve safety and save lives, but will require a well-planned process on the part of healthcare organizations to be effective.