OSHA General Industry: Bloodborne Pathogens
This training program focuses on the identification and prevention of bloodborne pathogens. Viewers learn how to define bloodborne pathogens, as well as become aware of medical record keeping requirements. Additionally, this video review exposure routes and controls plans, and demonstrates how to implement controls and safeguards. Prevention is the main focus in this training, so the majority of this video uses examples to educate the viewer on such techniques. Tasks such as documenting routes of exposure, recording injuries when they occur, and providing risk counseling are recommended for following-up with a bloodborne pathogen infection. This training program is perfect for any individual wanting to learn more about preventing exposure to bloodborne pathogens.
Those who work in a professional environment where the risk of being exposed to bloodborne pathogens is high.
Defining Bloodborne Pathogens|Exposure Routes and Control Plan|Engineering Controls and Safeguards|Housekeeping|Hepatitis B Vaccination Requirements|If Exposure Occurs|Biohazard Warning Labels|Training Requirements|Medical Record Keeping Requirements|Summary
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