History of Needlestick Safety and Prevention Act

History of Needlestick Safety and Prevention Act Compliance: To reduce the health risk to individuals who may be involved in exposure to blood or other potentially infectious materials, OSHA promulgated the Bloodborne Pathogens (BBP) standard (29 CFR 1910.1030) on December 6, 1991. Congress was prompted to take action in response to growing concerns over bloodborne pathogen exposures from sharps injuries and in response to recent technological developments that increase protection

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History of Needlestick Safety and Prevention Act

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