Are the Bloodborne Pathogens courses OSHA certfifed?

OSHA does not, and never has certified courses offered by any training provider, as it is not within their remit to do so. All our courses exceed the compliance standards outlined in the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard.

The eLearning doesn’t open/run

Please note the interactive, adaptive eLearning opens in an ‘iframe’ – this doesn’t mean a new window, rather an overlay window of the current browser window/tab. This could be affected by the use of pop-up blockers on the site so please disable pop-up blockers for the domain before you start the training.

I forgot my password

Just click here or follow the link on the login page. You’ll be directed to a page where you can enter the email address that you used to sign up. Once you submit, your password will be sent to you via email.

Will you send certificates by mail?

We do not send certificates in the mail. After successfully completing the course, your workers will be awarded a Bloodborne Pathogens certificate in PDF format with a unique verifiable certificate code. You and your workers will be able to instantly view, download, and print Certificates at any time. You can also verify any certificate in …

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How do I Print/View my Certificates?

When you have successfully completed a course, your certificate and printable wallet card can be accessed immediately. Available certificates can be viewed by accessing the Certificates page and clicking the View Certificate button next to a course.

Do you offer a money back guarantee?

Well, the training is free, and you only pay for a certificate if you’re satisfied with the training course. If the certificate is not accepted by your employer for ANY reason we do offer a full no questions money back guarantee.

Are the Bloodborne Pathogens courses OSHA compliant?

The Bloodborne Pathogens Certification Training course has been developed in alignment with the OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1030 Bloodborne Pathogens Standard. The courses actually contains additional information, content and Bloodborne Pathogen related statistics above and beyond that required by the OSHA standard.

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