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Bloodborne Pathogens

This section provides employees with information concerning bloodborne pathogens. Employees will be introduced to different types of bloodborne pathogens, transmission routes and preventative strategies, and procedures to follow in cases of exposure. Do not take this training if you work in a laboratory on campus. Please take the Laboratory Worker Bloodborne Pathogen training instead.

Modules: click on Introduction to begin or use the links below to navigate to specific sections and pages.

Introduction Introduction
Bloodborne Pathogens
Potentially Infectious
Transmission and Risk
Risk of Infection After Occupational Exposure Risk of Infection After Occupational Exposure
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) HIV
Clinical Manifestation
Progression
Hepatitis B Virus Clinical Manifestation
Vaccine
Hepatitis C Virus Clinical Manifestation
Exposure Control Plan Exposure Control Plan
Work Strategy Controls Standard Precautions
Engineering Controls
Work Practice Controls
PPE
Methods to Prevent Transmission Biohazard Sign
Personal Clothing
Medical Devices
Spills
Transporting Specimens
Regulated Med Waste
Disposal
Disposal, con't.
Wet, Contaminated Linen
Latex Allergy Hand Dermatitis
Latex Allergy
Protection
Exposure Incidents Incidents
Follow Up
UEOHC
Conclusion and Post-Test Conclusion and Post-Test

After Completion: remember that you must take and pass the post test in order to receive credit for this training.