330 Results for Staff Safety

Imaging's invisible dangers. Prolonged radiation exposure can cause lasting effects.

Watch your step. Protect your surgeons and staff from slips, trips and falls in the OR.

A sharps safety program even OSHA could love. Inspectors lauded our efforts to limit needlesticks and cuts.

Managing radiation exposure in the OR. 5 steps to safe C-arm use.

Two gloves are better than one. Double-gloving is proven to reduce risks of sharps injuries and exposure to bloodborne infections.

Safety-engineered sharps and trays provide passing protection. Equip your ORs for sharps safety.

Website takes aim at curbing musculoskeletal injuries from patient handling and moving. OSHA launches new website to protect hospital workers.

8 questions on the rules that protect your staff. Get the point of sharps safety.

Pay attention to OR Ergonomics. Laparoscopic surgery can be a nightmare for surgeons.

Lawsuit: Nurse Injures Back While Preventing Patient from Sliding Off

Personal safety: a powerful case for double gloving. Four evidence-based reasons for double gloving might convince your team to try it.

Time to Clear the Air - Staff & Patient Safety - October, 2013

The Case for a Helping Hand - Staff & Patient Safety - October, 2013

How Do You Prevent Slips & Trips in the OR? - Staff & Patient Safety -

ABC's of C-Arm Safety - Orthopedic Surgery - August, 2013

Where Do You Stand With Safety Scalpels? - Outpatient Surgery Magazine

Are Your ORs Hurting Your Docs? - Outpatient Surgery Magazine - May, 2

OSHA Fines N.J. ASC for "Serious" Sharps Safety Violations - This Just

Ex-Surgical Tech Loses Battle With Scalpel Shield, Scalpel Maker - Thi

Smoke Evacuation Success Stories - Outpatient Surgery Magazine - Janua

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