The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Institute for Occupational Health and Safety (NIOSH) have resources, including their Stop Sticks Campaign. The materials are a bit dated, but remain tried and true even today.
Stop Sticks Campaign HERE
The "One & Only Campaign" is led by CDC and the Safe Injection Practices Coalition, to raise awareness among patients and providers about safe injection practices. The Campaign focuses on eliminating infections resulting from unsafe injection practices.
Access Campaign HERE
CDC has a great resource page, rich with information for providers and patients about injection safety in a variety of settings, including safe practices needed when administering medications from multi-dose vials.
Access CDC Injection Safety Page HERE
Evidence shows that ongoing outbreaks result from inappropriate use of single-dose/single-use vials causing patients harm. CDC and others offer resources to help you build safer medication administration programs.
More information on safety,
cost, and availability HERE
Use of safety engineered syringes and safer work practices (not recapping and safe disposal) continue to evolve in the regulatory arena. Stay abreast of policy statements and letters of interpretation about safe vial management here.
OSHA Letter: Distribution of Standard (Non-Safety) Syringes
OSHA Letter: Withdrawing Medications from Vials