Bloodborne Pathogens – Required upon hire and every 12 months thereafter. Required for anyone with “reasonably anticipated exposure,” including volunteers, per diem, temporary and contract workers. Covers Exposure Control Plan, HIV, HBC, HBV, labeling, PPE, exposures, and regulated medical waste.
- Review infection prevention concepts
- Discuss safe injection practices and guidelines per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) “One & Only” Campaign
- Identify elements of the federal OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Standard