|1||2007 - 08/09/2007 - Requirements for the construction of trash receptacles used in operating rooms for the containerization of regulated waste.|
|2||2007 - 05/22/2007 - Application of OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogens standard to contractors who clean up blood following accidents.|
|3||2005 - 09/08/2005 - Acceptability of DOT labeling requirements in lieu of OSHA's labeling requirements for shipments of biohazardous materials.|
|4||2002 - 09/17/2002 - Labeling requirements for packages used to ship blood or OPIM.|
|5||1999 - 07/21/1999 - Bloodborne pathogens: OSHA acceptance of DOT "Infectious Substances" label.|
|6||1998 - 05/18/1998 - Bloodborne Pathogens Standard applicability to radiopharmaceutical use.|
|7||1995 - 08/28/1995 - Evaluation of raw sewage as regulated waste; product label compliance with the bloodborne pathogens standard.|
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