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Bloodborne Pathogens Safety Training

Due to the severe illnesses caused by bloodborne pathogens, OSHA passed its Bloodborne Pathogens Regulation in 1991. This set of regulations is designed to help protect employees from bloodborne illnesses like Hepatitis B and HIV. Now the regulation is required across a variety of industries, including healthcare facilities, commercial, light, and heavy industries. Bloodborne pathogens safety training helps protect your employees from illnesses by cementing their knowledge on how to properly handle and prevent exposure, emergency procedures, correct disposal of needles, and much more.

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Hey Atlantic Training, we understand the dangers of bloodborne pathogens. Why do we need your bloodborne pathogen safety training?

Required bloodborne pathogen training is not limited to medical facilities. In any workplace situation where an injury may occur, it’s important to understand proper procedures that limit the spread of disease through contact with potentially contaminated blood. First responders, industrial environments, healthcare facilities, and schools are all places that benefit from bloodborne pathogen safety training. OSHA has strict standards for handling injuries and ​​potentially contaminated objects. If your facility has a chance of either of those, you as an employer are obligated to complete training like ours. Additionally, it is considered an employer’s obligation to annually review any technologies that constitute an advancement of bloodborne pathogen protection and waste