TB precautions for volunteers, students, and contract workers

OSHA Healthcare Connection, June 1, 2010

Assessing the need for and providing tuberculin skin tests (TST) in healthcare facilities is sometimes difficult as it could involve OSHA, CDC, and state health department regulations and various categories of staff, such as employees, students, volunteers and contract workers. Read what OSHA Healthcare Advisor blogger Peggy Luebbert says about this subject on the OSHA Healthcare Advisor.

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