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How to Get a Bloodborne Pathogens Certificate

You may have come across the terms ‘bloodborne pathogens certificate’, ‘bloodborne pathogens training, ‘bloodborne pathogen certification’, ‘OSHA bloodborne training’ and numerous other variations and mixtures of these terms. It can all feel a little confusing, so in this article we cut through the noise and outline, in simple terms, what bloodborne pathogens certification is, who …

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Bloodborne Pathogen Training in Manufacturing & Service Industries

It’s 3:30PM and you are at home in bed with the sniffles, a sore throat, and runny nose. Suddenly your cellphone rings. It’s your boss. There’s a problem at work. Your heart sinks. “Hi,” you say in a raspy voice, “what’s happening?” Your boss explains that there was an accident. A contractor cut himself trailing …

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Bloodborne Pathogen Danger at Work

Bloodborne Pathogens Training Problems

Millions of people in the USA are required to take OSHA training for Bloodborne Pathogens annually. It’s an integral part of job safety for all workers who may be at risk of exposure to human blood or other bodily fluids as part of their job. This, of course, includes healthcare workers, tattoo artists and others who …

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Avoid OSHA fines for Bloodborne Pathogens Violations: 2024 Checklist

Worker safety and OSHA compliance are inextricably linked with Infection Control policies and procedures. Pathogenic microorganisms that can be found in human blood and can cause disease in individuals are known as bloodborne pathogens. Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), Hepatitis B Virus (HBV), Hepatitis C Virus (HCV), and other infections are among them. Why is the …

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How to Get a Tattoo License in the USA?

How to Get a Tattoo License: Table of Contents Add a header to begin generating the table of contents So, it’s 2024, another new year, that came around fast! Now you’ve decided to finally take the plunge and become a licensed tattoo artist, or open your own studio. Congratulations! The question probably on your mind …

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Bloodborne Pathogen Risks in Nail Salons & Cosmetic Clinics

One of the things we do to relax, pamper, and conjure up images of beauty is a visit to a hair or nail salon. However, while salons are known for making customers look beautiful, research reveals that they can also transmit dangerous diseases to their customers, including bloodborne pathogens. Even before HIV, the cosmetology and …

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Training for Bloodborne Pathogens in a Pharmacy

Despite the crucial role of blood in our bodies, blood can contain infectious organisms that may pose a risk to every individual, especially healthcare providers such as pharmacists. These infectious organisms are called bloodborne pathogens. Since the abatement of the COVID19 pandemic thru 2024, pharmacies have still been been expanding the front-line delivery of essential …

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Bloodborne Pathogens Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Guide

Workers who are exposed to bloodborne pathogens must use appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect themselves from dangerous microorganisms. PPE refers to specific garments or equipment that protect you from being exposed to blood or other potentially infectious materials (OPIM). Through the use of personal protective equipment, blood and other potentially infectious materials are …

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Bloodborne Pathogen Personal Protective Equipment PPE

Online Bloodborne Pathogen Training – Easy Option for Certification

Many types of work today can be dangerous, but not all lines of work will place you in contact with a bloodborne pathogen on a regular basis. If you are in a job or are training for a job that is in an industry that could put you at risk of being in contact with …

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How to Report OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Labor Violations

Under the OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, employees and their authorized representatives have the right to file complaints about serious hazards and further to request an OSHA official to visit and inspect their workplaces and investigate concerns.  Employers must comply with OSHA standards detailed in the act including the bloodborne pathogens standard, …

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Challenges of Remote Bloodborne Pathogens Training

With COVID-19 in retreat in 2024, remote training for bloodborne pathogens, and online training in general, is still at the front of everyone’s mind.  Recent global events have thrust online training into the spotlight, but this has really just sped up a process that was happening anyway. This is because online training had already become …

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Bloodborne Pathogen OSHA Training – What you need to know

With the global sweep of COVID-19 (Corona Virus) now thankfully in the rear-view mirror in 2024, it’s important to recognize that there are already standards and protocols in place that are proven to help us to mitigate and control exposures and infections, for example, the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Certification standard. Today we will be summarizing …

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How are Bloodborne Diseases Transmitted? Safety Information

Bloodborne disease is classified as any of a group of diseases caused by pathogens such as viruses or bacteria that are transported in and spread through contact with blood or other potentiall infectious materials (OPIM).  A common misconception is that there only a few bloodborne diseases, most people naturally think of HIV, Hepatitis B, and …

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How to Protect Yourself From the Top 3 Bloodborne Pathogens

Off the top of your head can you name the top three bloodborne pathogens and describe them? Do you know what a bloodborne pathogen really is, how it behaves, and how to protect yourself both at home and in the workplace?  Training on bloodborne pathogen exposure is imperative for anyone that is likely to be …

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Top Three Bloodborne Pathogens

Bloodborne Pathogens and CORONA VIRUS: Factsheet

This short quick reference guide provides updates and highlights the OSHA standards and directives (instructions for compliance officers) and other related information that may apply to worker exposure to 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV). This summary is provided as a service to anyone interested as the corona virus has implications with the OSHA training for Bloodborne …

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Bloodborne Pathogens Training for Janitorial & Housekeeping Employees

This article reviews why Bloodborne Pathogens training for janitorial employees is necessary and important. Bloodborne pathogens are found in human blood and other body fluids such as synovial fluid. Facility employees such as janitors, housekeepers, custodians, and cleaners may be at risk of exposure to blood and other body fluids in the workplace. If proper …

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Bloodborne Pathogens Training for Janitorial Employees

Bloodborne Pathogens Training for Firefighters and EMS

In 1991, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued the Bloodborne Pathogens Standard on occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens (29 CFR 1910.1030).  In accordance with OSHA’s regulations under this standard, fire and EMS (emergency medical services) employers are required to provide initial hire and annual refresher bloodborne pathogens training for firefighters to all employees. …

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Bloodborne Pathogens Training for Firefighters

How to Control Bloodborne Pathogen Related Infections

Before the AID’s pandemic of the mid-1980s infection control practices were designed almost exclusively to protect the patient from developing a ‘nosocomial infection’ – which means an infection acquired after admission to the hospital. Protocols focused on protecting the patient with little to no emphasis on the healthcare worker’s potential to become infected.  Hepatitis B …

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How to Protect Yourself From BloodBorne Pathogens

Every single year, people from across the United States become infected by serious bloodborne pathogens. Some of these viruses and bacteria result in diseases that are treatable but other bloodborne infections can result in chronic conditions that cannot be treated and can only be managed. Everyone who has a reasonable risk of occupational exposure to …

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Bloodborne Pathogens Class VS Bloodborne Pathogens Online Training

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires that all workers at a reasonable risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens (BBP) must undertake suitable training. A Bloodborne Pathogen Certificate is typically awarded after the training, as proof and acknowledgement of completion. You can see the reference guide to the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens standard here for …

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