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30 years is fairly standard for Employee Health records that might
document a 'needlestick' or blood spill.  I would not try to change it.

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Thanks,
Sherry A. Lyons, CRM

-----Original Message-----
  I have been reviewing the archives on the topic of medical records
kept by employers and the retention applied.  We have a separate
category for OSHA requirements being 30 years.   I do not think this is
wise and am looking for references as to why or why not to keep this
information so long.

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