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Bloodborne pathogens: questions and answers about occupational exposure
Describes Oregon OSHA's requirements for preventing exposure to hepatitis B virus (HBV), human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), and other bllodborne pathogens, including hepatitis C virus (HCV).
Breathe right! Oregon OSHA's guide to respiratory protection for small-business owners and managers
Describes respiratory hazards and how to protect workers; includes guidelines for developing a respiratory protection program. and a CD with customizable written program materials.
Fact Sheet: Bloodborne pathogens
An overview of what employers must do to protect workers who may come into contact with blood and other potentially infectious materials that can cause serious illness or death.
Fact Sheet: Respiratory protection
Describes general industry respiratory protection requirements and answers provides some questions with answers
GHS-aligned Hazard Communication Standard guidebook
The essence of hazard communication is knowledge and understanding. We use thousands of chemical products throughout our lives, at home and at work, but most of us would have a hard time telling the difference between safe products and hazardous ones without information and training.
Occupational safety for the death care industry