Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Bloodborne Pathogen (BBP) training. HIV, HBV, HCV Prevention Training. Can we just agree that if there’s a bodily fluid and it’s not yours, it’s a good idea to have a barrier between you and it? (please see safety videos on this subject) But is there more we need to know…?
According to OSHA, OSHA-level Bloodborne Pathogen training needs to be provided for all employees or workers who have an occupational exposure risk. How is that defined? Occupational exposure is defined as reasonably anticipated skin, eye, mucous membrane, or parenteral (injection through the skin) contact with blood or Other Potentially Infectious Material (OPIM) that may result from the performance of one’s duties
Course: All First Aid related courses meet or exceed State (WA State Labor & Industry) and Federal (OSHA) requirements. In this course you will learn
1. A better understanding of common (and not so common)
2. A brief introduction to some misconceptions to many BBP
3. What are bloodborne pathogens and how are they transmitted
4. Our exposure control plan to protect you from BBP
5. How to recognize the workplace activities that could expose you to blood and other possibly infectious materials
6. Methods that will prevent or reduce exposure including equipment and safer medical devices, work practices and personal protective equipment
7. General information about personal protective equipment
8. Hepatitis B vaccine
9. What to do if you are exposed to BBP
10. What BBP signs and labels mean
11. A question and answer session with our trainer
12. And Shawn Ritchey’s Safety Training dynamic emphasis on site/scene safety
Shawn Ritchey Safety Training has tailored this course to specifically address the needs/concerns for diverse industries such as: Funeral Home Workers, Construction, Hotel, Convention Centers Daycare, Water/Sewer Districts, and more.
Pricing: Pricing may vary based on 1) class size, 2) Non-profit status, 3) combing class with other training. Please contact Shawn Ritchey Safety Training for details.
By definition: Emergencies are not planned! But through a dynamic presentation, site-specific scenarios, common sense approach to current guidelines and moulage (stage make-up) when appropriate, you will experience Energized Education You’ll Remember. Extensive Scene Safety tips are discussed for the health and safety of all those who attend. Shawn Ritchey Safety Training: Energized Education You’ll Remember; Safety Training You Won’t Forget!