Office Guide 2: Guide to OSHA Requirements

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There are several circumstances under which you may be inspected by state or federal authorities to determine your compliance with OSHA standards for bloodborne pathogens. Being educated on these requirements and standards will help prepare you for an inspection. This guide was developed as a self-assessment to help evaluate the quality of your office precautionary practices and procedures for minimalizing occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens. It includes sections on state-approved plans, exposure control, restricted activities, requirements for handwashing, handling of contaminated needles and sharps, handling/containment, decontamination of equipment, personal protective equipment, Hepatitis B vaccination, labeling, and record keeping.

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