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Bloodborne remains No. 1, but asbestos jump is notable

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March 1, 2009

Although bloodborne pathogens violations continue to be the top employee safety issue in general medical hospitals—a status earned for at least the past nine years—the real surprise in OSHA’s annual top 10 list of most-cited standards concerns asbestos problems.

Although bloodborne pathogens violations continue to be the top employee safety issue in general medical hospitals—a status earned for at least the past nine years—the real surprise in OSHA’s annual top 10 list of most-cited standards concerns asbestos problems.

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