Bloodborne Pathogens

OSHA compliance, employee protection

The MEDIC FIRST AID Bloodborne Pathogens program is designed to train employees who have a significant health risk of occupational exposure to blood or other potentially infectious bodily fluids and materials. This training will help employees satisfy training requirements put forth by the occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

 

 

 

 

 

 

MEDIC FIRST AID Bloodborne Pathogens Supplement Program Specifics


Intended Audience

  • Workplace CPR or
    CPR/first aid providers



Class Configurations

  • Max Student Instructor
    Ratio: 24:1 
  • Max Class Size: 24



Student Materials

Successful
Completion Pack including:

  • Student Guide
  • Wallet Skill Guide
  • Completion Certificate
  • Successful Completion
    Card
  • Course Evaluation



Recommended Time to
Complete

  Core
Initial Training 1-2 hours
Retraining 1-2 hours
Challenge None

 


Course Segments

  • OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens
    Standard 29 CFR 1910.1030
  • Specific Bloodborne
    Pathogens:
    Hepatitis B Virus
    Hepatitis C Virus

    Human Immunodeficiency Virus
    (HIV)
  • Transmitting Bloodborne
    Pathogens
  • Your Employer’s Exposure
    Control Plan
  • Recognizing the Potential
    for Exposure
  • Methods to Control
    Occupational Risk
  • Using Personal Protective
    Equipment (PPE)
  • Hepatitis B Immunization
  • When an Exposure Occurs
  • Housekeeping
  • Communicating a Hazard in
    the Workplace


Recognized
certification period

  • Up to 2 years


Combine with

  • MEDIC FIRST AID Basic,
    Version 5.0
  • MEDIC FIRST AID
    Pediatric, Version 5.0
  • MEDIC FIRST AID Basic
    Life Support for Professionals
  • MEDIC FIRST AID CarePlus
    CPR
  • Any nationally recognized
    CPR or CPR/first aid program
     

 

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