Blood borne Pathogens Training for Ground Team Members & Leaders. Developed as part of the National Emergency Services Curriculum Project. What are Bloodborne Pathogens?.
Blood borne Pathogens Training for Ground Team Members & Leaders
Developed as part of the National Emergency Services Curriculum Project
Work Practice Controls Continued
Personal Protective Equipment Continued
Answer: Rubber Gloves were not worn for the patient survey
Grasp the outer surface of one glove with the other gloved hand "rubber to rubber" and pull off the glove. Discard the glove into the designated receptacle.
Removing the second glove. Note that the person touches only the "inside" surface of the glove with his bare hand.
Contaminated Clothing Removal
Biohazard symbol used to identify biohazard materials
Protective face mask with eye shield
Sharps containers to hold contaminated needles, scalpels, or other sharp instruments
Tyvek protective suits for biohazard scenes such as accident sites.
Biohazard kit for clean up.
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