One hundred and fifty two (152) cases of BSE have been reported and were taken care of. All personal health services were concerned with a predominance of nurses (44.1%). More than half (59.6%) were vaccinated against hepatitis B at the time of the accident. Needlestick injuries were the most frequently encountered accidents (86.5%) followed bz the taking of samples (44.1%) or the placement of infusions (22%). Only 55.9% of the victims were wearing gloves at the time of the accident. After the accident, 49.2% of victims washed their hands and used disinfectants recommended in case of BEA. The source patient was identified in 78% of cases, with15 cases of HIV positive patients. In the evaluation, 88.1% were intermediate risk of BEA. Chemoprophylaxis was introduced in 84.7% of cases, treatment did not exceed 2 days except for 13 of the 15 victims of BEA whose source patients were HIV positive at the time of the accident. No seroconversions were noted.