Occupational Health Safety Network V2.0 user manual
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Occupational Health Safety Network V2.0 user manual

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  • Alternative Title:
    OHSN user manual
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    Updated May 2017

    In May 2017, the user manual was revised to address a change in using the NIOSH provided Excel file. This change only impacts facilities who choose to participate in OHSN and currently track their injuries and illnesses using hard copy records or the OHSN Excel template provided by NIOSH. We now offer just one NIOSH provided Excel file that can be used to track traumatic injuries and exposures, including sharps injuries and blood and body fluid exposures.

    The Occupational Health Safety Network (OHSN) is a voluntary and secure web-based occupational safety and health surveillance system developed by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

    The Occupational Health Safety Network (OHSN) was a web-based surveillance tool designed for healthcare facilities to monitor work-related injuries and exposures to prevent future injuries. OHSN was established in 2012 and retired on September 30, 2019.


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