Bloodborne Pathogens Training
From OSHA Training
Bloodborne pathogens are infectious microorganisms found in human blood. They can come from a variety of places, and workers from a wide range of job types can be exposed. Workers in the health care, construction, engineering, law enforcement, custodial, and emergency response fields are just a few examples of industries where exposure is common.
OSHAs bloodborne Pathogen standard is intended to reduce the amount of occupational exposure to HIV, Hepatitis B and C, and other infectious diseases carried by blood. This course was developed from OSHAs bloodborne pathogens standard 29 CFR 1910.1030 and will provide students with the knowledge and information needed to help ensure they remain safe in workplaces where these hazards exist.
The course is developed for those workers who may be exposed to blood or other possibly infectious materials . It is fully narrated with video, animation, interactivity and testing. It is packed with valuable information and is designed to maximize your retention of that information.
This course is approximately 90 minutes in length, with an exam at the end. Once you pass the exam with a score of 70% or better, you can print your personalized certificate right from your computer, or download it as a PDF.
The course is fully narrated and packed with photos, video, interactivity, links to related content, and downloadable material.
- Compliance Methods
- Exposure Control and Evaluation
- Record keeping
- Work Practices
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Regulated Waste
- HIV & HBV Research Labs and Production Facilities
- Needles & Syringes
- Hazard Communication and Training