Experts worldwide agree that providing a safe working environment requires risk assessment and implementation of multiple risk reduction strategies. Strategies typically fall within the following three categories; administrative, engineered or behavioral. Sharps injuries remain a considerable health risk that requires the effort of multiple levels of personnel within the organization and multidisciplinary efforts in implementation. Administrative support is mandatory, safety engineered device selection and implementation is required and education is of paramount importance in improving awareness and changing behavior. Please read more about clinical recommendations, best practices and product innovations available to support improved sharps safety outcomes.