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California Safe Needle Law Could Presage Efforts By More States, OSHA

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

The implementation of legislation in California designed to reduce the incidence of accidental needlesticks among health care workers may prompt additional states to enact laws mandating the use of needles and other sharps designed with protective safety features.

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