Annual Employee Training: Bloodborne Pathogens, Accident Reporting and Classroom Use of Chemicals. Atlantic County Special Services School District School Nurses. Purpose. To comply with O.S.H.A. standards for employees
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Atlantic County Special
Services School District
CFR 1910-1030. Who is covered?
All employees identified by the Board of Education with job classifications that may expose them to blood or bodily fluids.
Film: “Blood Borne Pathogens In The School Setting” is available for viewing in the teacher’s lounge.
If you changed jobs into an “at risk” occupation you can be vaccinated. If you initially did not want the vaccine but changed your mind you can still be vaccinated free of charge.
Class room staff
* …diabetics should never test blood sugars in
In case of an emergency go to the nearest hospital or medical facility and then tell your employer within 24 hours.
Atlantic County Department of Health
CDC (Center for Disease Control)
New Jersey Department of Education http://www.state.nj.us/education
New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Citizens
U.S. Department of Labor
Atlantic County Special Services School District
To complete the mandatory training please view both presentations (this one and Asthma, Epilepsy, Diabetes and Life-Threatening Allergic Reactions ) then fill and submit the forms at the end.