Bloodborne Pathogen Certification
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Our online BBP Certification course will teach you about how bloodborne pathogens are transmitted and their risks. This Bloodborne Pathogen training course includes identifying techniques to prevent exposure to bloodborne pathogens, learning how bloodborne pathogens are spread, how to avoid exposure, and what to do if exposed to infectious diseases.
Once you complete your online Bloodborne Pathogen training and pass the online multiple-choice certification exams, you can instantly print your Temporary Wallet Cards. We will also send you a FREE official Blood Pathogen health card via first-class mail in 2 days! This certification is valid for one year.
Enroll now to obtain your Bloodborne Pathogen certification to satisfy your training requirement under the OSHA BBP standard!
Course sections include:
Key Elements of the Standard: OSHA Standard Explained
Regulatory Definitions: An approach to preventing Bloodborne Pathogen transmissions that involve: Blood Exposure, Other Potentially Infectious Materials (OPIM), Human Body Fluid, and OPIM in detail.
Occupational Exposure: Explanation of Employee Exposure defined; Exposure Determination & Methods of Compliance. Exposure control plan and Engineering Controls, including sharps disposal containers, self-sheathing needles, needleless systems, and Exposure Determination.
Methods of Compliance: Universal Precautions, Work Practices, Engineering Controls, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Housekeeping Procedures (Regulated Medical Waste Disposal, HBV Vaccination, Post-exposure Follow-Up, Hazard Communicating, and Training. Sharps Containers, Mechanical Pipettes, Containment Devices, Chemical & Mechanical Filters, and Work Practice Controls.
Sharps Handling and Disposal: Needles, Syringes and Other Sharps, Uncontaminated Broken Glass and Laboratory Glassware.
Additional Controls: Eating, Drinking, or Smoking in the Workplace, Cosmetics, Contact Lenses, Aerosol Generation, Medical Waste Containers
Disinfection: Autoclaving, Chemical Disinfection, Aseptic Technique, Chemical Use.
Epidemiology: HBV and Potential Exposure Routes, Hepatitis B Virus, Risk of Infection, HBV Incubation Period, HBV Signs and Symptoms, Hepatitis B Vaccination OSHA Standard, Hepatitis C, and Exposure Routes, Occupational Exposures to HCV, Same categories as HBV. HIV - Same subcategories as HBV & HCV. HIV, Immunodeficiency and AIDS, ARC (AIDS Related Complex) Symptoms, AIDS Symptoms, Exposure Incidents.
Biohazard Precautions: Warning Labels, Biohazard Signs.
Personal Protective Equipment: Purpose and Types Gloves, Goggles, Masks, Face Shields, Personal Protective Clothing
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