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1

Bloodborne Pathogens Training by DOSH

FREE
Made in2009
Date Created:
2009
Number of Slides:
63
Created By:
DOSH

Rating

Bloodborne Pathogens Training
by DOSH

Pro's

  • This PowerPoint training tool was developed by the Division of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH) in order to completely cover their bloodborne pathogen training requirements with just a few individual organizational additions.
  • Exceptionally well-designed professional format that makes good use of color and pictures.
  • This is a comprehensive Washington Industrial Safety & Health Rules presentation that adheres to Chapter 296-823 rule. It can therefore be adapted to any specific company and will also adhere to OSHA and other agency requirements.
  • This module has detailed notes included with the slides that can be very useful during a presentation.
  • There are notes at the beginning that explain how the presentation can be used effectively in any training bloodborne pathogens training program.
  • This presentation begins with both a “Course Topics” and a “General Overview” that goes over what is to be discussed as well as giving a general background that’s related to the subject matter.
  • Well-covered “Exposure Control Plan” “Exposure Controls” section (Slides #28 - #54).

Con's

  • No viewer question & answer opportunities that would facilitate trainee interaction with the learning experience.
2

Bloodborne Pathogen Training For General Industry by SDSU

FREE
Made in2008
Date Created:
2008
Number of Slides:
40
Created By:
San Diego State University
OSHA Compliance:
OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1030.

Rating

Bloodborne Pathogen Training For
General Industry by SDSU

Pro's

  • Exceptionally striking PowerPoint template design that professionally made and is excellent at holding the viewer’s attention.
  • The length of the presentation (40 slides) allows for good coverage of the training subject.
  • Good, professionally worded summary at the end.
  • The material is matched to OSHA’s mandatory regulations (i.e. – Slide #3).
  • Question and Answer format (see Slide #5) is excellent for maintaining attention and interest.
  • A more complete coverage of diseases that are caused by bloodborne pathogens is represented (Slides #11 - #15).
  • There is coverage of OSHA’s Exposure Determination requirement (Slide #17).
  • Environmental Controls and Precautions are listed (Slides #20-26).
  • Hepatitis B vaccination information is given (Slides #31 and #32).
  • Post-exposure follow-up procedures are given (Slide #35).
  • Comprehensive training elements are presented (Slides #37 and #38).

Con's

  • While the photos are consistently high quality, there are only 5 of them for this 40-slide presentation.
  • There are no test questions/answers at the module’s end.
  • Only school-related risks are given a number evaluation. This will need to be either removed or modified.
3

Bloodborne Pathogens Training by Bowling Green State University

FREE
Made in2013
Date Created:
2013
Number of Slides:
52
Created By:
Bowling Green State University
OSHA Compliance:
OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1030.

Rating

Bloodborne Pathogens Training by
Bowling Green State University

Pro's

  • Good coverage of bloodborne pathogens information is used as an opening to the training module (i.e. – Slides #2 - #25)
  • Sufficient amount of information given (52 Slides).
  • The OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard (29 CFR 1910.1030) is presented in a comprehensive manner along with its rationalization (Slide #28).
  • OSHA’s mandatory Exposure Control Plan is illustrated in an easy
    to understand format (Slides #29 and #30).
  • Workplace Guidelines and Decontamination procedures (Slides
    #32 - #39) are well represented and covered.

Con's

  • Could use more photos and illustrations spread evenly throughout
    the training slides.
  • Illustrated with well-drawn pictures and quality photographic slide references (i.e. – Slides #8 and #35).
  • Doesn’t utilize the bottom “notes” resource tools.
  • Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) is insufficiently covered with
    only one slide (Slide - #40).
  • No attached questions for the trainees to interact with – however, in
    the training slide (Slide #43), it states that questions and
    answers are required for mandatory compliance.
4

Bloodborne Pathogens Training by The University of Texas at Arlington

FREE
Made in2009
Date Created:
2009
Number of Slides:
32
Created By:
The University of Texas at Arlington
OSHA Compliance:
OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1030.

Rating

Bloodborne Pathogens Training by
The University of Texas at Arlington

Pro's

  • This University of Texas at Arlington OSHA Training Center
    Bloodborne Pathogen Instructional PowerPoint has been given a
    professional look with a design that only has a few “flaws”.
  • Since this is an OSHA-sponsored training course, the training will be comprehensive regarding the OSHA regulations that are addressed. The OSHA regulations are listed throughout the training.
  • There is a bloodborne pathogen training objectives slide at the beginning of the presentation.
  • There is a presentation ending summary. However, it does require
    that the presenter utilize the summary slide material in order
    to create their own version of the summary.
  • Training presentation is designed well enough to hold the trainee’s interest even without high quality photos.

Con's

  • There are no bloodborne pathogen-related photos and very few
    clipart insertions.
  • Additional specific bloodborne pathogen training resources are not given. Although there are suggestions regarding the use of
    additional training tools (reminder posters, fact sheets, etc.).
5

Bloodborne Pathogens Training by Wisconsin Department of Health Services

FREE
Made in2005
Date Created:
2005
Number of Slides:
66
Created By:
Wisconsin Department of Health Services
OSHA Compliance:
OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1030.

Rating

Bloodborne Pathogens
Training by Wisconsin DHS

Pro's

  • This University of Texas at Arlington OSHA Training Center
    Bloodborne Pathogen Instructional PowerPoint has been given a
    professional look with a design that only has a few “flaws”.
  • Since this is an OSHA-sponsored training course, the training will be comprehensive regarding the OSHA regulations that are addressed. The OSHA regulations are listed throughout the training.
  • There is a bloodborne pathogen training objectives slide at the beginning of the presentation.
  • There is a presentation ending summary. However, it does require
    that the presenter utilize the summary slide material in order to
    create their own version of the summary.
  • The training presentation is designed well enough to hold the
    trainee’s interest even without high quality photos.

Con's

  • There are no bloodborne pathogen-related photos and very few
    clipart insertions.
  • Additional specific bloodborne pathogen training resources are not given. Although there are suggestions regarding the use of
    additional training tools (reminder posters, fact sheets, etc.).
6

Bloodborne Pathogen Training by Oakland Community College

FREE
Made in2013
Date Created:
2013
Number of Slides:
27
Created By:
Oakland Community College
OSHA Compliance:
OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1030.

Rating

Bloodborne Pathogen Training
by Oakland Community College

Pro's

  • This Oakland Dept. of Education training module has been
    designed to conform to the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen standard
    (29 CFR 1910.1030, but does not apply to construction, agriculture
    or maritime).
  • The module makes use of both clipart/illustrations (i.e. – Slide #20)
    and quality photos (i.e. - Slide #14).
  • Compact and concise presentation that doesn’t take up a lot of time
    to employ. This is a perfect module for re-training purposes.

Con's

  • The format that is used for this PowerPoint module is too simplistic
    and demonstrates a lack of consideration when it comes to creating
    an engaging and professional presentation.
  • Makes little use of the “notes” section at the bottoms of the slides.
  • Weak “In Conclusion” section that doesn’t reinforce the learning experience.
  • Lack of interaction potential by not including trainee questions and answers.
  • No “real world” scenarios presented in order to illustrate various
    issues and possibly elicit student dialog.
7

Bloodborne Pathogen Awareness Training by North Carolina DHHS

FREE
Made in2007
Date Created:
2007
Number of Slides:
17
Created By:
North Carolina DHHS
OSHA Compliance:
OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1030.

Rating

Bloodborne Pathogen Awareness
Training by NCDHHS

Pro's

  • Utilizes a number of high quality photos and well-drawn illustrations.
  • Some good information regarding Personal Protection Equipment
    (PPE) inspection with follow-up information that pertains to
    procedures that are to be done after the removal of PPE.
  • Reasonable coverage of HIV and Hepatitis issues.

Con's

  • This is a very limited presentation with insufficient information for
    most uses. For example, this presentation is labeled “For
    employees NOT covered by an Exposure Control Plan”.
  • Format is very repetitious, thus completely relying on illustrations
    and photos to maintain attentiveness.
  • This training does not fulfill all of OSHA’s mandatory bloodborne pathogen training requirements (29 CFR 1910-1930 (g) (2). It is to
    be used only for “Awareness”.
  • A summary is not available. This can lead to employees forgetting
    key points of the presentation.
  • Test question tools are also not available.
  • The training presentation also fails to provide any additional
    sources where information may be obtained.

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