OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Training: An Integral Part Of Preventing Workplace Exposure

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The Bloodborne Pathogens (BBP) Standard at 29 CFR 1910.1030 covers over 700,000 employers in the U.S. This regulation applies to not just those in the healthcare industry but also many in manufacturing, services, retail, waste, law enforcement, and other industries.

Once an employer discovers it must, in fact, comply with the BBP Standard, the employer quickly discovers that training is an integral part of §1910.1030. The health of covered employees depends on proper BBP training. Without it, these employees could put themselves at risk of serious and deadly disease.

Make sure your employee training efforts meet the BBP Standard. Written by J. J. Keller EHS Editor Tricia Hodkiewicz, the free whitepaper examines the following BBP training concepts:

  • Meaning of bloodborne pathogens
  • Applicability of the standard
  • Who to train
  • When to provide training
  • Required training elements
  • Trainer qualifications
  • How to present the training
  • Training records
  • Training tips and checklists
  • Impacts of COVID-19
  • And more!

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