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OSHA appreciates the ADHA's concern that their members, who are mostly employed in private dental offices, be protected by "full compliance with the entire bloodborne pathogens standard" and agrees that compliance with this standard "will promote health and safety in the dental workplace for providers and patients alike." This memorandum will serve to clarify a number of misconceptions which have arisen following the publication of the ADA article regarding OSHA's role in the review of this list as well as the agency's view of the use of checklists to verify compliance with OSHA standards.

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