Annual training on bloodborne pathogens is required for all workplaces where an exposure to bloodborne pathogens could occur.
Bloodborne Pathogens: Control Your Exposure is designed to heighten awareness about this important issue. The training video portrays an employee receiving a post-exposure evaluation at an occupational clinic and is filled with compelling arguments for the importance of taking the proper precautionary measures against exposure.
YOUR EMPLOYEES WILL LEARN:
- The Definition of Bloodborne Pathogens
- The Three Methods of Transmission
- Overview of the Most Common Bloodborne Diseases: HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C
- Details on Each of These Diseases, Including Methods of Treatment
- Methods of Protection Against Infection , Including Information on Universal Precautions and Personal Protective Equipment
- Proper Clean-up Procedures for Contaminated Surfaces or Equipment
- Emergency Procedures
- Explanation of the OSHA Standard
- Step-by-step Instructions for How to Develop Your Exposure Control Plan
- Code of Federal Regulations
- OSHA Requirements