Course Description

This course describes bloodborne pathogens, how they are transmitted, practices that minimize the risk of exposure, what to do if there is an exposure incident, and how to handle and dispose of contaminated items for employees who might have occupational exposure to blood or other potentially infectious material.

When combined with interactive instruction, this course will allow organizations to comply with the bloodborne pathogens training requirement in the US and California.


Course Map

Welcome

How the Course Works

Introduction

Defining Bloodborne Pathogens

Modes of Transmission

The Standard

Exposed Employees

Sumary

Introduction

Universal Precautions

Exposure Control Plan

Case Study: Sharp Mind

Work Practice Controls

Labels and Colors

Personal Protective Equipment

Strep

Handing Contaminated Materials

Hepatitis B Vaccine

Summary

Introduction

Post-Exposure

Summary

Apply Your Knowledge

Course Complete


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