A written exposure control plan intends to focus on the bloodborne pathogen standard, which guides how to protect your employees from exposure.
It is critical that you research and create procedures that are tailored to your practice. For example, start by reviewing the type of controls, such as:
You must determine which employees are affected by reviewing the following categories:
Other areas that should be considered within the plan are:
Your exposure control plan must be completed annually and documented. If you would like more details, OSHA has provided a sample plan to use in your practice immediately.
**The opinions and observations from the group/author are not a promise to exempt your practice from fines and penalties. Research, modify, and tailor the advice to fit your specialty.