Regulations for TB Control in Minnesota Health Care Settings - Minnesota Dept. of Health

Regulations for TB Control in Minnesota Health Care Settings

Many health care settings that are state-licensed or are federally-certified in Minnesota have specific state and/or federal TB prevention and control requirements. In addition, all health care settings in Minnesota must follow the requirements of the Minnesota Occupational Safety & Health Administration (MN-OSHA).

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Chapter One - Background

    • Minnesota OSHA’s Enforcement Policy and Procedures for Occupational Exposure to Tuberculosis is not currently available online. Contact osha.compliance@state.mn.us or 651-284-5050 with questions about MN-OSHA's TB requirements and to obtain a copy of the document.

Chapter Two - Infection Control Program

Chapter Three - Screening Health Care Workers

Chapter Four - Screening Residents

Updated Tuesday, September 18, 2018 at 08:30AM