What Are the Contents of Human Feces?

In the medical arena, a considerable amount of discussion occurs regarding human feces. The state of a person’s feces can be indicative of if that individual is afflicted with some type of malady or disease, according to the Mayo Clinic. The shape, color, presence of blood, and other factors can provide physicians with basic information…

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OSHA Regulations and Standards for Workplace Death Cleanup

A workplace accident that results in injuries and death nearly always involves the release of blood, bodily fluids, and other biological materials. As a result, OSHA regulations and standards regarding cleaning up after a worksite death is focused on the presumption that biohazardous materials will be present at the scene. Cordon Off Scene of Worksite…

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OSHA Regulations: Overview of Workplace Injuries Involving Blood and Bodily Fluids

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is a part of the U.S. Department of Labor and was established in 1971 by President Richard Nixon. The primary purpose of OSHA is to create and enforce certain safety regulations in specific workplaces in the United States. These regulations include how job site injuries that result in the…

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