Bloodborne Pathogens Course
In 1991, OSHA issued the Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens Standard (29 CFR 1910.1030) to reduce the risk of occupational exposure. This course is based on that OSHA Standard and conveys strong understandings of what bloodborne pathogens are; how they can be transmitted and why they are dangerous. It also conveys proper techniques to reduce the risk of exposure through universal precautions, personal protective equipment and workplace resources. Emergency
techniques for responding to an exposure are emphasized, including guidelines for post-exposure care. This course is approved course for Child Care Providers.
HIV, Hepatitis A/B/C Virus, Hepatitis A/B Vaccination, Workplace Transmission, Personal Protective Equipment, Proper Glove Removal, Exposure Control Plan, Management of Sharps, Blood Spills, Labeling, Hand Washing/Hygiene, Area Maintenance & Housekeeping, Responding to Emergencies, Dealing with Exposures, Universal Precautions
1.5 to 2 Hours
Call for Pricing
Professional Emergency Responders (EMT/ Fire/ Law Enforcement), Nurses & Nurse Aides, Medical Students, Healthcare Providers, LTC & Assisted Living Employees, Adult & Child Day Care Employees, Facility Transportation Employees, Any persons with Potential for Exposure to Blood or Bodily Fluids