Monthly Archives: September 2016

Elements of a Bloodborne Pathogens Program Part Two

Using Control Measures is vital for the prevention of exposure. Universal precautions should be used to prevent contact with blood or other potentially infectious materials. When you cannot tell the difference between body fluid types, consider all body fluids potentially infectious materials. Types … Continue reading

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Elements of a Bloodborne Pathogens Program Part One

Introduction The hazards of Bloodborne Pathogens are still out there waiting for the next victim. In today’s workplace, we still have janitorial staff and maintenance employees among others that may come in contact with these pathogens during their daily tasks. … Continue reading

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