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Bloodborne Pathogens and Needlestick Prevention

Bloodborne Pathogens - Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure Incidents Fact Sheet
(2011) (English: HTML PDF)

Bloodborne Pathogens - Hepatitis B Vaccination Protection Fact Sheet
(2011) (English: HTML PDF)

Bloodborne Pathogens - OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogens Standard Fact Sheet
(2011) (English: HTML PDF)

Bloodborne Pathogens - Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Reduces Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens Fact Sheet
(2011) (English: HTML PDF)

Bloodborne Pathogens - Protecting Yourself When Handling Contaminated Sharps Fact Sheet
(OSHA FS-3519 - 2011) (English: PDF)

Bloodborne Pathogens: Model Plans and Programs for the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens and Hazard Communications Standards
(OSHA 3186 - 2003) (English: HTML PDF)

Catheters: Securing Medical Catheters Fact Sheet
(English: PDF)

Disposal of Contaminated Needles and Blood Tube Holders Used for Phlebotomy
(2003, October 15) (English: HTML PDF)

Ebola: Cleaning and Decontamination of Ebola on Surfaces Fact Sheet
(OSHA FS 3756 - 2016) (English: PDF)

Potential for Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens From Cleaning Needles Used in Allergy Testing Procedures
(1995, September 21) (English: HTML)

Use of Blunt-Tip Suture Needles to Decrease Percutaneous Injuries to Surgical Personnel. OSHA and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
Publication No. 2008-101, (2007, October). Supersedes NIOSH Publication 2007-132. (English: HTML)

Zika Virus: Preventing and Managing Laboratory Worker Exposure to Zika Virus Fact Sheet
(OSHA FS 3917 - 2017) (English: PDF)

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