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NCJ Number: 118535 Find in a Library
Title: AIDS/HIV Carriers -- An Organizational Response
Journal: FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin  Volume:58  Issue:6  Dated:(June 1989)  Pages:6-12
Author(s): M B Ayres
Date Published: 1989
Page Count: 7
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Type: Issue Overview
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: At some point in time, all organizations will have to confront Human immunodeficiency virus infection (HIV) among their staff.
Abstract: To prepare for the possibility of HIV in the workplace, it is suggested that managers are provided with adequate information and assistance to carry out their responsibilities appropriately, effectively, and humanely; that the staff is provided with sufficient knowledge to eliminate unwarranted fears; and that employees infected with HIV retain their civil rights. Suggestions for formulating a workplace policy regarding HIV positive persons are offered, and policy issues concerning employee rights, discrimination, confidentiality, and other critical topics as decided by the courts are discussed. A checklist of procedures for officers who sustain accidental exposure to communicable and infectious diseases is presented.
Main Term(s): AIDS/HIV epidemiology; Occupational safety and health
Index Term(s): Employer-employee relations; Rights of AIDS patients
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