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Federal and State Requirements

The communicable disease plan should identify all applicable federal and state disease control laws and administrative regulations. These may include statutory reporting duties that apply to the company physician or laboratory, sanitation rules that govern the company cafeteria, or Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) regulations. OSHA has already issued compliance directives for bloodborne illnesses and will issue a final regulation with detailed specifications on the management of bloodborne infections in the workplace. Any relevant CDC recommendations should be incorporated in the plan, as should standard-setting documents from private professional groups and accrediting agencies.


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