Safety

Q&A: Confined space hazards

OSHA Healthcare Connection, March 15, 2011

Q: Does our medical practice need a policy on confined space safety? I read about OSHA penalizing businesses for this frequently.

A: OSHA’s Permit-required Confined Spaces standard (1910.146) usually does not apply to medical and dental practices, but in large healthcare facilities it could apply.

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