single-banner-theme-option
February 15 , 2019

Why Surgeons Prefer Traditional Scalpels over Safety Scalpels

Safety scalpels were first heavily promoted in response to a US legislation change in 2000 known as the Needlestick Safety...

read more
January 25 , 2019

Anxiety: The Invisible Side Effect of Sharps Injuries

The anxiety that derives from sharps injuries in the medical industry often goes unmentioned. While sharps injuries can initially be...

read more
January 16 , 2019

Why you should be using passive safety devices

There is a lot to take into consideration when choosing tools that keep patients and staff safe. Devices that have...

read more
November 29 , 2018

Is Your Sharps Safety Program Effective?

There is always the risk that a sharps injury will lead to a blood-borne infection and other consequences. Because of...

read more
October 31 , 2018

Spooky Stories from Healthcare Workers

It’s been said that life is stranger than fiction, and is more spooky too. In celebration of Halloween, we’ve collected...

read more
speaking up is safe
September 27 , 2018

Silence Isn’t “Safe”. Speaking Up Is.

No matter their position or speciality, most medical and nursing professionals have had some experience in hesitating with speaking up when...

read more