Controlling Exposure To Bloodborne Pathogens (V2)
Controlling Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens for workers is the focus of this program. Although many workers have always been exposed to bloodborne and infectious diseases, treatment and infection control prevented widespread incidences. New methods of infection control were established to prevent the occupational spread of AIDS and Hepatitis B virus, both very serious diseases. This program concentrates on the risks of bloodborne pathogens and the precautions necessary.
Topics discussed in this safety video include: bloodborne pathogens, occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens, contingency plans, HIV, and Hepatitis B, Exposure Control Plan, personal hygiene, engineering controls, work practices, contaminated waste, handling any sharps such as needles or glass, personal protective equipment, rubber gloves, facemask, and eye protection, good housekeeping, hepatitis B vaccine, exposure incidents, preventative and precautionary measures, warning labels, Universal Precautions, required information and training, and 14 required elements.
- Bloodborne Pathogens (BBP)
- Exposure Controls
- Preventive Measures and Work Practices
- Hepatitis B Vaccine
- Medical Records
- Universal Precautions
Runtime: 26 Min.
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