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Lab Safety Man: Safeguard your staff: OSHA requirements for bloodborne pathogen exposure control plans

Laboratories are a unique workplace of scientific inquiry and diagnosis, but they also pose specific risks to those who work within their confines. One significant concern is the potential exposure to bloodborne pathogens, which can lead to serious infections and health complications if not managed properly. To mitigate these risks, laboratories must adhere to strict regulations set forth by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regarding bloodborne pathogen exposure control plans.

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