*Corresponding author:George Ongete, Occupational Safety and Health Advisor, Aga Khan University Hospital, Kenya
Received: July 17, 2018; Published: July 23, 2018
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Occupational splashes with blood and body fluids, cuts with contaminated sharp objects and needle prick injuries (SSNIs) are the most prevalent accidents in healthcare settings [1-3]. Such accidents and injuries have the potential of transmission of blood borne pathogens to healthcare workers (HCWs).