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Bloodborne Pathogens
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This topic covers OSHA’s Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens standard, which is intended to minimize occupational exposure to HIV, Hepatitis B, and other bloodborne pathogens.

The standard applies to any employer with workers whose jobs may put them at risk of bloodborne pathogen exposure. To comply, employers must develop a written exposure control plan and implement safety measures including engineering and work practice controls, personal protective equipment (PPE) provision, and employee training.

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Questions & Answers Does the company (non-healthcare industry) have to provide a sharps container for these disposable razors? 12/05/2013National
Interpretations Employers must ensure that post-exposure follow-up procedures are provided. 10/29/1999National
Interpretations EPA - Registered disinfectants for HIV/HBV. 02/28/1997National
Interpretations Means of reducing needlestick exposure hazards.[1910.1030(d)(2); 1910.1030(b)] 06/27/2001National
Interpretations Procedure to follow when Hepatitis B vaccine schedule is interrupted. 02/19/1998National
Interpretations The potential for the transmission of HIV from contact with urine specimens.[1910.1030] 04/15/1996National
Interpretations 01/08/1997 - Employee's adverse reaction to a Hepatitis A vaccination. 01/08/1997National
Interpretations 01/21/1998 - The language of the HB vaccine declination form not be changed. 01/21/1998National
Interpretations 02/05/1993 - 1910.1030 - Bloodborne pathogens standard's costs and requirements. 02/05/1993National
Interpretations 02/12/1993 - 1910.1030 - Concerns for cost and necessity of bloodborne pathogens standard. 02/12/1993National
Interpretations 03/11/1993 - 1910.1030 - Administration of communion to hospital patients. 03/11/1993National
Interpretations 04/02/1992 - 1910.1030 - Bloodborne pathogens standard in the dry cleaning and laundromat business. 04/02/1992National
Interpretations 06/01/1992 - 1910.1030 - Regulated waste, source individual, PPE for funerals home employees re: bloodborne pathogens standard. 06/01/1992National
Interpretations 07/15/1994 - 1910.1030 - The necessity for the standard and the standard's requirements, as well as other pertinent regulations. 07/15/1994National
Interpretations 08/04/1999 - Administering a post-exposure hepatitis B vaccine booster is considered medical treatment. 08/04/1999National
Interpretations 08/12/1994 - Label Tagging Devices. 08/12/1994National
Interpretations 08/18/1992 - 1910.1030 - Bloodborne pathogens standard's relationship to who is covered. 08/18/1992National
Interpretations 08/28/1996 - Change in training requirements for bloodborne pathogens and tuberculosis. 08/28/1996National
Interpretations 09/09/1992 - 1910.1030 - Concerns about necessity for the standard and its requirements and costs. 09/09/1992National
Interpretations 09/25/1992 - 1910.1030 - Bloodborne pathogens standard's necessity, requirements and costs. 09/25/1992National
Interpretations 10/16/1992 - 1910.1030 - Background of blooodborne pathogens standard. 10/16/1992National
Interpretations 10/26/1992 - 1910.1030 - Background of bloodborne pathogens standard. 10/26/1992National
Interpretations 11/20/1992 - 1910.120;1910.1030 - Background of bloodborne pathogens and HAZWOPER standards. 11/20/1992National
Interpretations 11/22/1994 - 1910.1030 - Bloodborne Pathogen and HAZWOPER-Media Coverage. 11/22/1994National
Interpretations 12/04/1992 - 1910.1030 - Background of bloodborne pathogens standard and requirements for emergency medical services. 12/04/1992National
Interpretations 1910.1030 - Albumin Human USP and the standard. 04/13/1993National
Interpretations 1910.1030 - Applicability of 1910.1030 to establish human cell lines. 06/21/1994National
Interpretations 1910.1030 - Applicability of Bloodborne Pathogens Standard to emergency responders, decontamination, housekeeping, and good samaritan acts. 12/04/1992National
Interpretations 1910.1030 - Applicability of bloodborne pathogens standard to first aid providers at drilling operations. 10/22/1992National
Interpretations 1910.1030 - Applicability of bloodborne pathogens standard to first aid providers at electric cooperatives. 10/23/1992National
Interpretations 1910.1030 - Applicability of bloodborne pathogens to non-incorporated business owners and discarded feminine hygiene products. 06/25/1992National
Interpretations 1910.1030 - Application of standard to more than health care workers 06/24/1993National
Interpretations 1910.1030 - Biohazard labeling. 12/15/1992National
Interpretations 1910.1030 - Bloodborne pathogen standard and its possible applicability to a nursing registry. 07/06/1992National
Interpretations 1910.1030 - Bloodborne pathogen standard as it applies to a nursing personnel service. 10/02/1992National
Interpretations 1910.1030 - Bloodborne Pathogen standard as it applies to containers used to discard disposable sharps. 07/07/1992National
Interpretations 1910.1030 - Bloodborne Pathogen standard as it applies to gloves used as personal protective equipment. 05/18/1992National
Interpretations 1910.1030 - Bloodborne pathogen standard as it applies to nail salons. 07/07/1992National
Interpretations 1910.1030 - Bloodborne Pathogen standard as it applies to personal protective equipment and chemical labeling. 05/19/1992National
Interpretations 1910.1030 - Bloodborne Pathogen standard as it applies to personal protective equipment. 05/06/1992National
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