Move towards law on needlestick injury

May 2010

The UK is moving closer to a needlestick injury and infection law, in view of a proposed EU Directive. KENNETH STRAUSS provides an insight into the legislative framework and the case for implementing safety solutions ahead of a legal mandate.

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