I had come in contact with blood and my supervisors didnt call the confused patients family to get the patient tested for hiv, and hepatitis. I am now on the edge of being able to get on a medication to prevent HIV. A medication that can cause me health issues.
This is probably a worker's comp situation. There may be other regulations in play given the health care context. You may want to ask this again under worker's compensation.
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There should be an employee safety and/or infection control officer at the company. Usually this person works in HR. You should report this incident to them. They will almost certainly ask you to follow a reporting process they already have with a third-party as well as advise you on the proper process for making sure your health is protected.
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