Cal/OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens


Bloodborne pathogens in human blood can cause disease, including various types of Hepatitis and HIV. This course teaches workers the hazards that bloodborne pathogens present and the California OSHA requirements to establish safe work practices for protection from bloodborne pathogen exposure. Through an overview of bloodborne diseases, including what they are and how they attack the body, this course shows workers how and why controlling their exposure is critical to avoiding contact with bloodborne pathogens and preventing the diseases they can cause. By presenting the California OSHA Exposure Control Plan, this course provides the insight and guidance needed to follow universal precautions for protection from bloodborne pathogen exposure and disease. Teach this course to ensure all employees learn how to control their exposure to bloodborne pathogen hazards and prevent the spread of bloodborne diseases throughout the workplace.


Organizational employees at all levels throughout the company

Healthcare Facilities|Manufacturing Plant

Introduction|Bloodborne Diseases|The Exposure Control Plan And Occupational Exposure|Bloodborne Pathogens Training|Routes Of Entry|Risk Identification And Universal Precautions|Avoiding Contact To Prevent Exposure|Use Of Barrier Devices|Safe Handling Of Potentially Infectious Material|Decontamination And Disposal|Responding To An Exposure|Conclusion


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Training Time:
12-21 minutes

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Devices Supported:
Windows, Apple, Android, Chrome

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Interactive Producer:
Mastery Training Content Network

Original Content Producer:
AP Safety Training