Occupational Health Rapid Process Improvement
TO: Implement an occupational health process for employees to meet federal, state, and local immunization; bloodborne pathogen (BBP); and tuberculosis (TB) control requirements.
FOR: Minimizing the health risks of each division’s personnel.
SO THAT: Staff and clients are safe and healthy and Clackamas County’s liability risks are limited (or eliminated).
HOW (measures of success):
- Onboarding measure: By February 2015, all new hires within the Clackamas County Public Health Division will meet their occupational health requirements within 30 days of being hired (baseline: 5% met the 30-day target).
- Ongoing measure: By July 2015, all Clackamas County Public Health Division staff members will be current on their annual occupational health requirements (baseline: 33%).
Mason, P. Public Health Quality Improvement Exchange. Occupational Health Rapid Process Improvement. Mon, 05/02/2016 - 13:22. Available at http://phqix.org/content/occupational-health-rapid-process-improvement. Accessed January 20, 2021.
Background and Aim
Planning and Execution Details
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