Yes, OSHA Healthcare Advisor is twittering .
An increasing number of people are using—make that getting hooked on—the social media network, which allows users to send out quick, 140-character updates on what they’re doing and what they’re interested in.
I have to admit that I am not so interested in what you smeared on your bagel this morning, as I am intent on accessing as many sources of occupational safety and health information for healthcare as I can and sharing it with a minimum of effort.
In short, I like the news to find me, rather than my having to find the news. And despite the true-twitter-believers on one hand , and David Letterman jokes on the other hand , Twitter does a good job of having the news find me and allowing me to pass it on.
Here are some recent OSHA_Healthcare twitters  that did not make it into the blog.
- Where U.S. ranks internationally in safety inspectors per employees. Hint: “No problem, man.” 
- Who needs the CDC when you have Glamour magazine to advise you on pandemic flu. 
- Sharps Injury Prevention Award. Making a difference in needlestick prevention and safety. 
- Blunt Needles May Cause Less Surgical Glove Perforations 
- When glutaraldehyde “grows legs” and gets out of hand at Mac’s Safety Space 
- Ditch the treats and dish up more humor in training sessions 
- Bullying nurses, an occupational health and safety issue 
- AIHA Releases Comments on the “Nurse and Health Care Worker Protection Act of 2009 
- Euro-Deal To Reduce Sharps Injuries 
- AAMI Revises Steam Sterilization Standard 
- Tricky hospital exit sign problems 
- Dilbert does safety! 
Are any practices or facilities using Twitter for safety compliance. Let us know in the comment section below.