- Introduction to Bloodborne Pathogens
- Examples of Bloodborne Pathogens
- Ways of Infection
- Bloodborne Pathogen Standard by OSHA
- HIV, HBV and HCV
- Exposure Control Plan
- Hand Hygiene
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Proper Waste Disposal
- Engineering Control
- Hepatitis B Vaccine
- Transmission-based Precautions
Other Bloodborne Pathogen Training Presentations
Bloodborne Pathogens Training by New York City Dept. of EducationDate Created: 2006 Number of Slides: 52 Osha Regulation: This powerpoint presentation is compliant to OSHA Regulation 29 CFR 1910.1030. Created by: New York City Dept. of Education
Bloodborne Pathogen Training for General Industry by San Diego State UniversityDate Created: 2008 Number of Slides: 40 Osha Regulation: This powerpoint presentation is compliant to OSHA Regulation 29 CFR 1910.1030. Created by: San Diego State University
Bloodborne Pathogen Training by Oakland Community CollegeDate Created: 2006 Number of Slides: 27 Osha Regulation: This powerpoint presentation is compliant to OSHA Regulation 29 CFR 1910.1030. Created by: Oakland Community College
Bloodborne Pathogen Training for Research Staff PPT
This presentation on Training for Research Personnel on slides #43 to #62 is provided by University of Connecticut Health Center. For research personnel, BSL 2 is required because of moderate potential hazard to personnel and the environment. Research staff are potentially exposed to human blood and potentially infectious human material. Other topics for BSL-2 included: Facility Design, Safety Equipment, and Special Practices.
Bloodborne Pathogen Training for School Personnel PPT
This presentation on Training for School Personnel is provided by East Carolina University. A school employee must be aware of procedures to maintain school safety. He/She must know the facts and take precautions to protect himself, students and co-workers. A requirement for each school system is to identify personnel whose job duties may expose them to blood or bodily fluids.
Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure for EMS Provider PPT
This presentation is provided by Salt Lake City Fire Department on the Procedure for Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure for an EMS Provider. EMS Providers deal with different kind of accidents or diseases. Providing a law regarding worker’s compensation presumption for EMS Providers was given importance. Topics included are: Purpose, Presumption and Baseline Testing, Requirements for Exposure Reports, Presumptive Eligibility Provisions, EMS Provider Responsibilities, Post Exposure Prophylaxis, Receiving Facility Responsibilities, Laboratory Responsibilities, EMS Agency/Employer Responsibilities, Exposure Control Plan.