Bloodborne Pathogens Training
This Blood borne Pathogens training course will inform the learner of potentially dangerous micro-organisms that can be found in blood and bodily fluids, and that if exposed to, can lead to a deadly disease. This course will also educate the leaner on how to avoid exposure to blood borne pathogens and what to do if exposed to them.
Are you at risk of becoming infected with a bloodborne pathogen? Bloodborne pathogens are infectious micro-organisms in human blood and other potentially infectious materials that can cause serious health issues and disease in humans. The three most common bloodborne pathogens are: HIV, Hepatitis B, and Hepatitis C. Many occupations handle blood and/or body fluids or can be exposed to it and could potentially be contaminated. Contamination occurs when blood, or bodily fluid from an infected person enters the body of another person through abrasions, needlesticks, human bites or through mucous membranes. It is important to treat ALL blood and bodily fluids as if it is infected because there is no way to tell by just looking at it.
The Bloodborne Pathogens course is an excellent teaching resource that educates employees who handle or may come in contact with human blood and/or bodily fluids on how to stay protected against exposure and what to do in case of an exposure.
- Dental Associates & Employees
- Healthcare Providers & Employees
- Medical Office Managers
- Mental Health Workers
- Surgery Centers
At the end of this training course the learner will be able to:
– Explain what blood borne pathogens are and how they can infect a human
– Identify the deadly diseases associated with blood borne pathogens
– Apply blood borne pathogen protection procedures
– Analyze what to do in case of an exposure incident
– Evaluate and apply procedures on how to disinfect a blood borne pathogen contaminated area
By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate Bloodborne Pathogens
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