Safety

Something doesn’t sound right . . .

OSHA Healthcare Connection, November 11, 2008

The smaller they get, the easier they are to carry around. But now iPods are making their way into laboratories, leaving some employers wondering where to draw the line from both infection control and work practice perspectives.

Although you won't find a standard to answer this question, Terry Jo Gile, MT(ASCP), MA Ed., aka The Safety Lady, is happy to let you know her opinion on the matter in this weeks featured blog post on OSHA Healthcare Advisor.

Click here to read the post.

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