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Excerpt from "Appropriate disinfectants for decontamination of blood or OPIM [1910.1030; 1910.1030(d)(4)(ii)(A)]"
Your letter stated that you are employed at a hospital-based outpatient clinic where patients are treated for sleep disorders. Between patients, your clinic requires patient exam tables to be disinfected with a cleaning product that you identified as Pedi Wipes. You stated you have experienced allergic reactions to the Pedi Wipes used for decontamination, so you have suggested your clinic allow you to instead use soap and water to clean the patient exam tables, as long as the patients are not infectious. Your employer has not adopted your suggestion, and now you believe you are in danger of losing your job. Therefore, you have requested a letter from OSHA stating that cleaning examination tables with soap and water is in compliance.

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