Safety

Simple reminders can save your team from needlesticks

OSHA Healthcare Connection, August 31, 2010

We all know the basics, from no re-capping of needles to using puncture proof/sharps approved biohazard disposal boxes. However, what about all of the other ways healthcare workers become stuck, punctured, cut, and otherwise exposed to used sharps? Read Michele DeMeo’s latest “Sterile Matters” post on the OSHA Healthcare Advisor for suggestions.

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