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American Red Cross Bloodborne Pathogens Online Training Course

American Red Cross
Bloodborne Pathogens
Online Training

The American Red Cross Bloodborne Pathogens Online Course is designed to teach you to avoid exposure as well as what to do if you become exposed to infectious diseases. This course covers:

  • What bloodborne pathogens are.
  • How bloodborne pathogens are spread.
  • How to help prevent exposure incidents by following work practice controls, using engineering controls and personal protective equipment (PPE), practicing good personal hygiene and properly cleaning and disinfecting equipment and supplies.
  • How to recognize, report and follow up on employee exposure to blood and other potentially infectious materials.
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The Chain of Infection

Learn about how infectious diseases spread from one person to another. Eliminating just one link in the chain can prevent an infection from spreading

Bloodborne Pathogens Infectious diseases
Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan

Staying Safe on the Job

Learn about exposure control plans and the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standards. Learn about use of PPE, disposal of contaminated materials, safe handling of sharps, and proper cleaning of equipment.

Proper Removal of Gloves

Proper removal of contaminated gloves is essential to prevent the spread of Bloodborne Pathogens.

Bloodborne Pathogens how to properly wash your hands

Properly Washing Hands

Learn the complete steps to properly washing hands as well as using alternate technics to clean up when soap and water are not available.

Cleaning up Infectious Materials

Knowing how to properly clean up blood and other potentially infectious materials can help you to protect yourself and others.

Bloodborne Pathogens cleaning up blood or potentially infection materials
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