Weekly Poll: Topics that give you trouble

By: March 30th, 2009 Email This Post Print This Post

Questions regarding OSHA standards come into this blog all the time, either in the form of comments or emails. Many of them we use for our Ask the Expert posts. Some questions are so specific they might only benefit a couple facilities, while others are beneficial to a broad audience.

In May OSHA Healthcare Advisor is hosting OSHA Q&A Roundtable that features experts who will answer your specific compliance questions.

For now, tell us what issues elicit the most questions for you.


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By Gene Scott on March 30th, 2009 at 11:37 am

What are the requirements for type of shoes to be worn in the typical clinical laboratory?

It seems to me that ‘Crocks’ are not safe due holes in the material.

By Evan Sweeney on March 30th, 2009 at 11:55 am

This has become a common question in healthcare facilities now, especially since Crocs have become so popular. The following posts should provide you with an answer.

Spring has sprung and healthcare workers sprout… feet?
When safety battles fashion over bloodborne pathogens

There is also a clip in the Video Library page concerning this topic.

 

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