What if a safety-engineered option is not available for the medical device that I use?
 What is the OSHA fine, if we fail to use safety devices?
 Does the “Needlestick Act” apply to me?
  How does the law’s revision affect states that operate their own federally-approved occupational safety and health programs?
 Does OSHA have a list of available safer medical devices?
  We have tried safety-engineered devices, and we don’t believe they are safer than what we use today. Do we still need to convert to safety products?
  We feel safety-engineered devices cost too much. Is it acceptable if we delay conversion until the price comes down?
  Is the use of a needle destroyer/pulverizer considered an acceptable alternative to using safety-engineered device?
  We have placed a box of safety product on the shelf to use for select, high-risk situations. Does this make us compliant with the new safety legislation?
 What if we’ve never had anyone on our staff experience a needlestick injury, must we still convert to safety devices?
  What is the position of key healthcare professional organizations on this safety legislation?
  What information do I need to include in my written Exposure Control Plan? How often do I need to update it?
 Why do we need to use safety syringes?
  Does the Needlestick Safety and Prevention Act apply to medical or dental offices that have fewer than 10 employees?
 Do any laws require the use of safety syringes?
 How does the DuoProSSTM- Retractable Safety Syringe work?
 Can I change or remove the needle on the DuoProSSTM- Retractable Safety Syringe?
 Can the DuoProSSTM- Retractable Safety Syringe be reused?
 Is the DuoProSSTM- Retractable Safety Syringe a latex free product?