Safety. Four Simple Questions. What are the hazards? What are the worst things that could happen? What do I need to be prepared? What are the prudent practices, protective facilities, and protective equipment needed to minimize the risks?. What is wrong with this picture?.
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Blood Bourne pathogens include viruses, bacteria,
and parasites present in blood or other body fluids.
This standard does cover special practices,
access, warning signs, PPE, biosafety and training
requirements. For the high school science
laboratory, an Exposure Control Plan needs to be
in Place (OSHA Code (29 CFR 1910.1030)