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Interpretations "Freehand" piercing without the use of forceps or other engineering controls violates the bloodborne pathogens standard [1910.1030; 1910.1030(d)(2)(i)] 12/08/2005National
Interpretations Abortion clinics do not comply with OSHA regulations and guidelines (1910.1200; 1910.1030) 12/13/1994National
Interpretations Acceptability of DOT labeling requirements in lieu of OSHA's labeling requirements for shipments of biohazardous materials. [1910.1030(g)(1)(i)] 09/08/2005National
Interpretations Acceptability of using a straight needle where there's no exposure to blood or OPIM.[1910.1030] 06/04/2001National
Interpretations Acceptable time lapse for "annual" training [1910.1030; 1910.1030(g)(2)(v)] 01/24/2007National
Interpretations Acceptable use of antiseptic-hand cleansers for bloodborne pathogen decontamination and as an appropriate handwashing practice.[1910.1030; 1910.1030(d)(2)(v); 1910.1030(d)(2)(vi)] 03/31/2003National
Interpretations Albumin Human USP and the standard [1910.1030] 04/13/1993National
Interpretations Alternatives to latex or vinyl be used for protective gloves to comply with the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens standard [1910.1030] 11/13/1997National
Interpretations American Dental Association "Checklist" [1910.1030] 02/16/1993National
Interpretations Annual BBP training requirement for employees who have been provided more stringent training under 32 CFR Part 627 and the CDC-NIH BMBL publication. [1910.1030; 1910.1030(g)(2)(ii)] 01/09/2007National
Interpretations Annual training required by the occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogen standard [1910.1030] 08/31/1997National
Interpretations Applicability of 1910.1030 to establish human cell lines [1910.1030] 06/21/1994National
Interpretations Applicability of bloodborne pathogens standard to athletic trainers; handling of contaminated laundry.[1910.1030; 1975.3(d)] 09/25/2000National
Interpretations Applicability of Bloodborne Pathogens Standard to emergency responders, decontamination, housekeeping, and good samaritan acts [1910.1030] 12/04/1992National
Interpretations Applicability of bloodborne pathogens standard to first aid providers at drilling operations [1910.1030] 10/22/1992National
Interpretations Applicability of bloodborne pathogens standard to first aid providers at electric cooperatives [1910.1030] 10/23/1992National
Interpretations Applicability of Bloodborne Pathogens Standard to HCV [1910.1030] 03/25/1999National
Interpretations Applicability of bloodborne pathogens to non-incorporated business owners and discarded feminine hygiene products [1910.1030] 06/25/1992National
Interpretations Applicability of OSHA's bloodborne pathogens standard to the containment and disposal of electric razors in correctional facilities and health care settings. 01/02/2008National
Interpretations Applicability of OSHA's bloodborne pathogens standard to the use of safety needles with self-infuse bleeing products [1910.1030] 10/24/2007National
Interpretations Applicability of the Bloodborne Pathogens Standard for employees who work as companion-sitters in private homes [1910.1030] 04/17/1997National
Interpretations Applicability of the Bloodborne Pathogens standard to emergency response employees [1910.1030] 09/12/1995National
Interpretations Applicability of the bloodborne pathogens standard to persons who self-administer injectable medications.1910.1030(b); 1910.1030(d)(2)(i); 1910.1030(d)(2)(vii)(B); 1910.1030(d)(4)(iii)(A) 09/06/2005National
Interpretations Applicability of the bloodborne pathogens standard to tag attachment devices in garment industries.[1910.1030(a); 1910.1030(b); 1910.1030(c)(2)] 08/12/1994National
Interpretations Applicability of the Bloodborne Pathogens Standard to the municipal solid waste industry.[1910.1030(b); 1910.1030(f); 1910.1030(c)(2)] 01/02/2003National
Interpretations Applicability of the Bloodborne Pathogens standard to the tattoo and body piercing industries [1910.1030(a); 1910.1030(c)(2); 1910.1030(d)(2)(vii); 1910.1030] 07/29/2002National
Interpretations Application and enforcement of the Bloodborne Pathogens Standard in a barber shop.[1910.1030] 11/08/1996National
Interpretations Application of 1910.1030 (HBV vaccination series) to police, firefighters, and accident investigators.[1910.1030(f)(1)(ii)(D); 1960.16; 1975.5] 05/03/2000National
Interpretations Application of glove monitoring devices to aid in the detection of gloves that fail during medical procedures [1910.1030] 10/28/1997National
Interpretations Application of OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogens standard to contractors who clean up blood following accidents. [1910.1030; 1910.1030(b); 1910.1030(d)(4)(iii)(B); 1910.1030(d)(4)(iii)(C); 1910.1030(g)(1); 1910.1030(g)(1)(i); 1910.1030(g)(1)(i 05/22/2007National
Interpretations Application of OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogens Standard, 29 CFR 1910.1030, to employees in wastewater treatment plants [1910.1030] 07/30/2007National
Interpretations Application of provisions of the Bloodborne Pathogens standard to Funeral and Nursing Homes [1910.1030] 06/01/1992National
Interpretations Application of standard to more than health care workers [1910.1030] 06/24/1993National
Interpretations Application of the bloodborne pathogens standard to veterinary clinics [1910.1030] 10/15/2002National
Interpretations Appropriate disinfectants for decontamination of blood or OPIM [1910.1030; 1910.1030(d)(4)(ii)(A)] 03/09/2010National
Interpretations Appropriate quality standards for PPE. [1910.1030] 07/01/1994National
Interpretations Appropriateness of the usage of video presentations in meeting the OSHA bloodborne training requirements [1910.1030] 08/28/1996National
Interpretations Approval for cut and puncture resistant gloves [1910.1030] 05/28/1996National
Interpretations Approval for use of needle disposal systems; incineration not prohibited [1910.1030] 01/21/1998National
Interpretations Background of standards [1910.120; 1910.1030] 11/20/1992National
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