The Needlestick Safety and Prevention Act prompted OSHA to revise the Bloodborne Pathogens Standard, adding new requirements for employers to use safer sharps to reduce exposure, involve employees in purchasing decisions and keep a sharps injury log to track problem areas. Needlestick Prevention: Stick to Safety educates healthcare workers about needlestick injuries, potential exposure to bloodborne pathogens and preventative measures.
Needlestick Prevention: Stick to Safety demonstrates the five steps healthcare providers must follow to fully protect themselves and coworkers from dangerous exposure to bloodborne pathogens.
Languages: English, Spanish
A DuPont release