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    Bloodborne pathogens online training course

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    Bloodborne pathogens are pathogenic microorganisms that are transmitted via human blood and cause disease in humans. Under OSHA regulations, your employer is responsible for providing you annual training on how to identify bloodborne pathogen risks exposures, how to prevent those exposures and what to do in the event that you are exposed to bloodborne pathogens. The best way to be safe when dealing with potential exposures to bloodborne pathogens is to be trained in identifying exposure risks as well as best practices that can be used to prevent accidental exposures. In order to work safe, you need to work smart. Understanding what a bloodborne pathogen is and how to best prevent accidental exposures to contaminated fluids will help you work effectively and safely while remaining productive on the job site. Whether you have been in the construction industry for many years, or you are a newcomer just starting we recommend that you take this course to build your knowledge.

    Course icon- instructor   Instructor: Chris Jurin

    Course icon- you'll learn   You’ll learn:

    • What types of diseases are considered bloodborne pathogens.
    • Entry routes of bloodborne pathogens into the body.
    • Misconceptions concerning transmission of diseases.
    • How to prevent exposure to bloodborne pathogens.
    • Helpful resources.
    • And more!

    Course icon- time   Time: 8 min.

    Course icon- Translation   Language: English

    Course icon- resources   Resources included:

    • Downloadable manual

    Course icon- quiz included   Quiz included

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        Bloodborne Pathogens

        Good content in this corse

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