Blood Borne Pathogens Training For School Personnel. OSHA Defined:. Occupational Safety and Health Administration Published a standard to reduce or eliminate health risk, resulting in: Annual training of employees Safe workplace environment Exposure Control Plans. Exposure Control Plan.
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** unless visible blood
Not infectious for bloodborne pathogens
Personal protective equipment
Safety medical devices
Negative pressure rooms
getting Hep B vaccine
proper handling of sharps
proper disposal of infectious
wearing appropriate PPE
(Lather 15 sec.)
* Waterless hand cleaner-only if no soap and water available!
• Surfaces become contaminated
• At the end of the work shift
• After any spill of blood or other
potentially infectious material (OPIM)
- small risk- tattooing, body piercing, shared nasal cocaine
Principal or Central Office
Follow guidelines found in your Exposure Control Plan by completing an incident report.
• Confidentiality is maintained