Stay up to date with OSHA’s bloodborne pathogens standard through employee education
This course guides employees on the dangers of being exposed to blood in the workplace. Based on Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) recommendations, it includes an overview of personal protective equipment (PPE), appropriate procedures for handling exposures, and more.
What Employees Will Learn
Your employees will gain valuable knowledge, skills, and experience to support the strategic goals of your organization.
- The primary bloodborne pathogens to be concerned about in the workplace
- The importance of personal protective equipment in reducing the risk of bloodborne pathogens transmission
- Risks surrounding bloodborne pathogens exposure
- Procedures following exposure to bloodborne pathogens, the post-exposure evaluation, and follow-up
The Most Comprehensive online Bloodborne Pathogens Training
Our online training course helps prepare employees with the best practices for workplace exposure to blood. Learners will become familiar with the primary pathogens to look out for, universal precautions, and more. The course covers:
Chapter 1: What Are Bloodborne Pathogens?
Bloodborne Pathogens Defined
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Standard
Chapter 2: Pathogens of Primary Concern
Chapter 3: Recognizing Risks in the Workplace
Risks in Job Duties
Other Areas of Risk
Chapter 4: Methods for Eliminating and Reducing Risk of Exposure
PlanProtecting Yourself When Handling Contaminated Sharps
Labels and Signs
Chapter 5: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
What to Keep in Mind when Choosing PPE
Types of PPE
Chapter 6: Handling Exposures, Post Exposure Evaluation, & Follow-Up
Procedures for Exposure
Procedures for Post Exposure Evaluation and Follow-Up
Chapter 7: Conclusion
Why Bloodborne pathogens training Matters In The Workplace
Bloodborne pathogens are harmful and potentially fatal germs found in human blood. Hepatitis B (HBV), HIV, and many other infections can be transmitted through contact with another person’s blood, and other potentially infectious materials (OPIM). An effective training course can help prevent accidental exposure as well as educate employees on the proper precautions to take if blood is present within the workplace.
Increases Awareness Of Bloodborne Pathogens Issues
No employee should work without the knowledge they need to keep themselves and their colleagues safe on the job. Our online courses, employees can learn everything they need in as little time as it takes to take a lunch break. Our convenient training platform is simple and intuitive to use, so everyone in your organization can receive training quickly and efficiently.