Bloodborne Pathogens

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OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard & Tattoo Studios: Essential Info

For tattooists and body artists, accidental exposure to bloodborne pathogens is a constant risk. For this reason bloodborne pathogen training is a must. Bloodborne pathogens are infectious microorganisms in the blood that can cause diseases like Hepatitis B (HBV), Hepatitis C (HCV) and HIV. Both employees and clients in a body art workplace or tattoo …

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Tattoo Ink Brand Choice can reduce HCV and Bloodborne Pathogen transmission

Almost half of Americans have a tattoo, according to a 2017 study by the Pew Research Center. If you’re a tattoo or body artist we’re sure you’re aware of the need to take bloodborne pathogens training on an annual basis.  Bloodborne pathogen tattoo training is designed to increase understanding of how bloodborne pathogens can spread …

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Bloodborne Pathogens Group Training 2019 Roundup and Review

  We thought it was high time for a roundup of some of the offerings available if you’re looking to get your workforce certified with bloodborne pathogens group training in 2019. With many different providers on the market, it can be difficult to make an informed choice. So, allow us to offer a little help. …

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Bloodborne Pathogens Online Training in 2019: Best Options

We thought it was a good time to take a look at some of the offerings available if you’re looking to get bloodborne pathogens certified. With many different providers on the market it can be difficult to make an informed choice, so allow us to give you some assistance. This article is focussed on individual …

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Free Online Bloodborne Pathogens Training: What to look for

Do you work in an environment where there is a high chance you will come into contact with blood and any other human body fluids? Bloodborne pathogens can be hazardous to human health so being adequately prepared and trained is essential. Everyone wants to remain safe at work, and proper bloodborne pathogens training and knowledge …

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Bloodborne Pathogens Training 101

Everyone wants to work in a safe environment. However, some workplaces expose workers to dangerous and potentially infectious materials that can contain bloodborne pathogens, but what are they? We’re here to explain all in Bloodborne Pathogens 101. Some health risks that employees get exposed to include Hepatitis B and C, syphilis, and HIV. OSHA seeks …

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How to choose an OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Training program that meets your organizational requirements

Knowing how to choose an OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Training program that meets your organizational requirements is no easy task. With many factors to consider and hundreds of vendors, things can get confusing fast. Suffering preventable bloodborne infections was a common issue that affected approximately 9,000 people up until 1992. However, there is a good chance that …

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Do you need to provide bloodborne pathogen training to restaurant, catering or hospitality staff?

Are you wondering whether it is essential to provide bloodborne pathogen training to restaurant, catering or hospitality staff? Wonder no more. Ensuring that your restaurant staff receives bloodborne pathogens training and certification will not only equip them to deal with the inevitable instances of occupational exposure to blood and other potentially infectious materials (nosebleed anyone?), it …

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