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Quick, effective infection prevention and control training that meets OSHA and CDC requirements, this 4-part series will teach employees the skills they need to break the chain of infection!

Exposure to bloodborne pathogens is an occupational hazard for any healthcare worker who uses or may come in contact with needles and other sharps. Appropriate for all healthcare staff, this program educates on the dangers of bloodborne pathogens, how to prevent exposure, and what to do if you are exposed.




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Learning Objective

To help healthcare professionals comply with NIOSH training and the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Standard which limits occupational exposure to blood and other infectious materials


According to the CDC, one of the best ways to prevent infection is to interrupt the pathogen during transmission, and the principle way to do this is to practice Standard Precautions. Standard Precautions assumes that all patients in every healthcare setting are potentially colonized or infected with an organism that can be transmitted to others. This important program will help all healthcare workers understand and apply the basic principles of Standard Precautions.




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Learning Objective

To help all health care personnel comply with the CDC Guideline on how to properly apply Standard Precautions


Known respiratory diseases like tuberculosis are highly contagious and even deadly; but there are also emerging respiratory diseases that can appear unexpectedly and can be just as dangerous. N95 or higher particulate respirators are the main defense against airborne infections. Both OSHA and the CDC require it!




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Learning Objective

Provide respiratory protection training to all staff who may be at risk from exposure to an infected individual - as required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and to satisfy recommendations by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)


The proper use of PPE is so important that OSHA requires it to protect healthcare workers from exposure to bloodborne pathogens, tuberculosis, and any other potentially infectious disease. In addition, the CDC recommends certain PPE to create a barrier between the healthcare worker and infectious material. By choosing the right personal protective equipment (PPE), and using it at all the appropriate times, healthcare workers can protect themselves and others from harmful organisms.




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Learning Objective

To inform all staff who may be exposed to infectious organisms on the proper use of personal protective equipment through step-by-step demonstrations


Select your programs.
Back to Basics: Preventing Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens
Back to Basics: Applying Standard Precautions
Back to Basics: OSHA Fit Testing for Particulate Respirators
Back to Basics: Selecting and Using Personal Protective Equipment

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