Personal Safety

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Sharpen Your Knowledge of Sharps Safety

6 surprising facts about sharps injury prevention

Posted 01/14/20 | Dan O'Connor, Editor-in-Chief | Post a comment

How We Slashed Our Sharps Injuries

Best practices are a must. But replacing emails with conversations and blame with caring is what really made our sharps injuries drop.

Posted 12/19/19 | Sheri Tadlock, BSN, RN | Post a comment

Standing Up Against Surgical Smoke

Perioperative nurses are the driving force behind a growing movement to eliminate perilous plumes in facilities across the country.

Posted 12/19/19 | Nicole Azzara | 2 comments

Safety: Avoiding Surgery's Aches and Pains

Take steps to protect surgical team members from workplace risks.

Posted 11/14/19 | Teresa Boynton, MS, OTR, CSPHP | Post a comment

Who's Looking Out for the Providers?

You owe it to your team to reduce the risks of slips, trips and back strains.

Posted 09/27/19 | Jared Bilski | Post a comment

5 Ways to Slash Sharps Injuries

Take a proactive approach to protect surgeons and staff from sticks and cuts.

Posted 09/27/19 | Outpatient Surgery Editors | Post a comment

Focus on the Fundamentals Of Radiation Safety

Understanding the principles of time, distance and shielding will limit your team's exposure risks.

Posted 09/27/19 | Michael J. Bohan, BS | 1 comment

Spread the Word About Surgical Smoke Safety

My evacuation success story could guide efforts to clear the OR air in your facility.

Posted 09/27/19 | Andrea Dyer, MSN, RN | Post a comment

Ergonomics in the OR: Protecting Your Surgeons

Limit your physicians' risk of suffering career-threatening injuries from the physical strain of surgery.

Posted 09/11/19 | Daniel Cook, Executive Editor | Post a comment

Employee Safety: Banding Together to Breathe Easier

Nurses at Baptist Hospital took the lead in eliminating surgical smoke from the ORs.

Posted 09/11/19 | Adam Taylor | Post a comment

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