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Q&A: Exposure control plan review frequency

OSHA Healthcare Connection, August 25, 2009

Q: How frequently must I review the bloodborne pathogens exposure control plan?

A: The minimum review requirement is once a year, but that is only if nothing has changed in your facility concerning bloodborne pathogens hazards. For more details and to find out what this fine will cost you during an OSHA inspection, see the Ask the expert post.

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