Bloodborne Pathogens Safety Workplace Video Training Book
Available in English Only
Helps satisfy OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogen training requirements. You may be at risk without proper bloodborne pathogens training because pathogenic microorganisms present in human blood can cause many diseases such as hepatitis B, hepatitis C, HIV/AIDS, Ebola and other serious infectious diseases.
- 23-Minute Video
- Enhanced with the EyeCue Visual Learning System
- 2015 Bronze Telly Award Winner
The 8" x 9" x .5" hard cover "book" is wrapped in a soft-touch matte coated paper, and is perfect for:
- Makeup training
- Refresher training
- Mobile employees
- On-the-road training
- Remote workers
- New employee training
- Contractor training
- Temporary worker training
- Language: English
- Size: 8" x 9" x .5" hard cover book
- Screen Size: 7" LCD Screen
- Battery Type: 3000 mAh rechargeable lithium ion battery
- Battery Life: Approximately 5 hours of continuous playback
- Charging Port: Mini USB
- Format: Video Training Book
- Copyright Date: 2016
- ISBN: 978-1-68008-262-3
- (1) Video Training Book containing a 23-minute video enhanced with the EyeCue® Visual Learning System
- Introduction - Explains that the Bloodborne Pathogens Standard (29 CFR 1910.1030) set forth in 1991 establishes important training requirements and safe work practices to protect general industry employees.
- What are Bloodborne Pathogens?
- Bacteria, viruses, and other pathogenic microorganisms that live in blood and certain other body fluids.
- Can cause serious diseases like hepatitis B, hepatitis C, HIV, malaria, Ebola, and others.
- Explains possible routes of entry and who is at risk—general industry employees who are reasonably anticipated to come into contact with blood or OPIM (other potentially infectious materials) as a result of performing their assigned job duties.
- Preventive and Control Measures
- Universal precautions
- Engineering controls
- Work practice controls
- Personal protective equipment
- Housekeeping practices
- Waste disposal practices
- Contaminated laundry practices
- Signs, labels, and colors
- When You Experience an Exposure Incident - Reviews the important steps to take and why.
- When You Observe an Injury - Lists the important precautions to take and why.
- Exposure Control Plan - Explains that your employer must maintain a comprehensive written exposure control plan and make it accessible to employees.
- Conclusion - Summarizes the key information learned in the program and encourages viewers to use their knowledge to be prepared when called to take action involving blood or OPIM in the workplace.
- (5) Employee Handbooks - Product Code: 43254 (851-H) - Reviews key points and includes a quiz and answer sheet to check trainees' understanding of the material.
- (1) Training Log
- (1) Earbud Set
- (1) AC Adapter
- Explain what bloodborne pathogens are, how they are transmitted and who is at risk
- Discuss how you can guard against workplace exposure – what to do, and not do, when blood is present
- Define "exposure control plan" and explain how it serves as a source for information on minimizing workplace exposure
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