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Healthcare Emergency Department Safety
For Emergency Nurses, Physicians, and Staff 

Engineers and Businesspeople
Donating Blood

OSHA Emergency Department Safety Training Program
For Emergency Nurses and Physicians, and Staff

Emergency departments are high-risk environments due to the urgency of care needs and complexity of communication.

This program takes a closer look at several important topics to those who work in an emergency room, including how to prevent latex allergies, bloodborne pathogens, electrical safety, slip, trip, and fall prevention for healthcare workers, and workplace hazards and violence in healthcare.


This program helps employers meet OSHA training requirements for their staff.

Program Benefits

Whether you are trying to break into the healthcare field, stay current in your position, or get promoted, this program is the best way to reach these goals. When you complete this program and purchase certificates, you will be able to:

  • Develop the skills necessary to stay safe when providing emergency care.

  • Gain knowledge on emergency action and fire prevention plans.

  • Learn how to protect yourself against bloodborne pathogens.

  • Protect yourself from hazardous chemicals in an emergency room.

  • Increase your knowledge on workplace stress and violence.


  1. 107 Emergency Action and Fire Prevention Plans

  2. 144 Introduction to OSHA

  3. 170 Healthcare: Latex Allergies

  4. 171 Healthcare: Hazardous Chemicals

  5. 175 Healthcare: Biological Hazards

  6. 176 Healthcare: Workplace Stress and Violence

  7. 177 Healthcare: Electrical Safety

  8. 179 Healthcare: Introduction to Common Hospital Hazards

  9. 623 Healthcare: Preventing Ergonomic Injuries

  10. 624 Healthcare: Slip, Trip, and Fall Prevention

  11. 656 Bloodborne Pathogens in the Healthcare Setting

Intended Audience

This program is designed for individuals who currently or plan to work in an emergency room. Completion of this program shows employers your understanding and the importance of workplace safety.

What is the right career path for you?

There are several safety positions with different levels of responsibility in an Occupational Safety and Health career path. Each advancing level typically requires higher levels of experience, education, knowledge, and skills in leadership, business practices, safety and health, and communication and information technology.

We want to help our students who want to learn about these career opportunities.


Duration, Delivery, and Schedule

This training program takes 10 hours to be completed. 

Methods of Delivery: 

  • Live Virtual Training on Zoom- Individuals 

  • In-House Training- Companies [ Upon request] 


  • Friday, 24 February- Saturday, 25 February 2023  10:30 AM- 03:30 PM UAE Time


Program Certificate [ One Certificate, One Official Transcript, and E-Card

  • Healthcare Emergency Department Safety Program Certificate

Sample Certificate



  • Al Danah Institute for Environmental and Science is an OSHA Approved Learning Partner. 

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Why Choose Al Danah Institute


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Laila Ali

Expertise: Environment, Health, Safety ,and Quality


Wagdi Hanna

Expertise: Pioneer in the Field of Occupational Health and Safety. 

+25 Years of extensive experience. IOSH & NEBOSH & OSHA & IASP Certified Trainer


  • 2,000 AED

  • 1,599 AED

Registration Process


1. Send us your full name, address, and phone number

2. Share with us the training date that suits you from the schedule above.

3. You will receive an invoice via email to complete payment and confirm your registration.


Registration Email:

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