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Bloodborne Pathogens

If you have a reasonably anticipated risk of exposure to blood and bodily fluids at work, that includes healthcare professionals, emergency responders, healthcare janitorial staff, housekeeping professionals, and tattoo artists, you need this course! Our 'Bloodborne Pathogens' course is designed to provide a basic understanding of bloodborne pathogens, common modes of their transmission, methods of prevention, and other pertinent information such as what requirements of the OSHA standard should be met in the handling and proper disposal of such materials. Employers are to implement written Exposure Control Programs to address what duties employees are to perform on a daily basis to keep their work areas and their persons safe. This course covers OSHA's standards for minimizing exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens (BBPs) in your workplace. You will learn about HIV, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, and the diseases they cause. We'll cover how BBPs are transmitted, so you can recognize potential hazards. We will talk about Exposure Control Programs, universal precautions and methods for reducing your risk of exposure. You will learn about tools like signs, labels, and color-coding to warn you about biohazards. Finally, you'll learn the procedures to follow after an exposure incident. Below are the learning objectives of our ‘Bloodborne Pathogens’ course: - Summarize what is meant by bloodborne pathogens. - Identify the types of diseases that can be transmitted through the bloodborne pathogens. - Name the symptoms of bloodborne diseases. - Explain how bloodborne pathogens may be transmitted in the workplace. - Discuss prevention measures and what to do if exposed to bloodborne pathogens. The course has (2) two lessons covering the topics below: Lesson 1: Introduction to Bloodborne Pathogens •Bloodborne Pathogens •Hepatitis B •Human Immunodeficiency Virus •Modes of Transmission •Vehicles of Transmission Lesson 2: Prevention •Introduction •Universal Precautions •Reducing the Risk •Signs, Labels, and Color Coding •Exposure Incident Procedures •Emergency Procedures You will be required to take and pass the ‘Quiz Assessments’ and ‘Post Assessment’ (Final Exam) by achieving a passing score of 70% or above to successfully complete the course. Once you finish your course, you can print your certificate of completion right away. Please click here for further details on how to access your certificate upon completion. To enroll for the course, click here.

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