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Bloodborne Pathogens Training
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If you are exposed to blood or other potentially infectious materials on the job, you may request a vaccine for which bloodborne disease? *
Which bloodborne disease causes the highest rate of infection? *
Which disease is not bloodborne? *
Bloodborne pathogens may enter your bloodstream through: *
In a dried state, which of the following may remain viable on surfaces for up to 1 week and maybe longer? *
Where can you get a copy of the ACS BBP Exposure Control Plan? *
Observing "universal precautions" means treating all blood and body fluids as if infectious. *
Wearing gloves is one of the most important personal protective measures for preventing an exposure to bloodborne pathogens. *
If you wear gloves when cleaning up blood or body fluids, it is not necessary to wash your hands afterwards. *
If antiseptic wipes or gels are used, it is not necessary to wash your hands afterwards. *
To dispose of waste contaminated with blood or other potentially infections materials, place contents: *
To obtain a biohazard label, you may: *
If exposed to blood or other potentially infectious material, you must: *
If your job category changes, placing you in an "at-risk" position for exposure to bloodborne pathogens, you should notify the Bloodborne Pathogens Coordinator. *
If you are not sure if your position is in an "at-risk" job category for exposure to bloodborne pathogens, you may: *
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