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Ch.7 Law and Ethics

OSHA

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Give examples of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) Gloves, Gowns, Masks, Goggles
Standard precautions are mandated by this administration OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration)
OSHA is a division of this department The US Department of Labor
This organ is affected by the Hepatitis B Virus The Liver
These must be on file in a pharmacy setting that uses hazardous chemicals MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheets) or SDS (Safety Data Sheets)
These are the main principles involving radiation exposure Minimum exposure time, proper shielding, and correct distance from the radiation source maintained
The world's primary advocate of fire prevention and safety The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
In case of accidental exposure to chemicals or bodily fluids, eyes should be washed out at an eyewash station for this minimum amount of time 15 minutes
HIV, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C Bloodborne Pathogens
Any infectious microorganism present in blood or other body fluids and tissues Bloodborne Pathogen
The proper order for putting on PPE Gown, Mask, then Gloves
A log of all occupational injuries and illnesses must be kept for this long 5 years
Cleaning solvents and germicides are examples of this Chemical waste
Sexual harassment is a form of this Discrimination
Chemicals can not be flushed down a drain because of this act Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
In the National Fire Protection Agency hazard identification symbol, the top diamond represents this. Flammability
A top reason to use aseptic technique To prevent contamination
According to the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) hazard identification symbol, the left diamond indicates this The potential health hazard of the chemical
The primary goal of the Bloodborne Pathogens Standard To reduce occupational related cases of HIV and HBV infection among healthcare workers
Every chemical spill should be documented in this An incident report
The US government publication that contains all administrative laws and is the primary source of information for OSHA standards The Federal Register
Any waste that contains or is contaminated with liquid or solid radioactive materials. It should be removed only by a licensed removal service. Radioactive waste
Gloves, paper towels and other cleaning equipment, sharps, including needles, syringes, and blades, and microscope slides are examples of this Hazardous waste
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