Safety

Q&A: Face protection for IV starts

OSHA Healthcare Connection, February 8, 2011

Q: Is eye and face protection the standard for starting IVs in a surgery center?

A: Eye and face protection is not generally required when starting an IV, according to the HCPro OSHA Program Manual.

Click here for more details, including a "When to Wear PPE" tool.

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