Bloodborne Pathogens, Child Care
Designed to provide understanding concerning what bloodborne pathogens are and how to reduce risk of exposure both to oneself and others.
GOAL: to understand what bloodborne pathogens are, how they are transmitted and ways to control exposure
OSHA and CDC guidelines are recommended.
NOTE for WA State Providers: This course is a separate health and safety requirement and cannot be used for the WA State annual 10-hour STARS training.
This mobile-friendly class is accessible on any device, including tablets and phones.
What customers are saying about this class:
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"I've taken this class before in person and I got more out of this course than I have in person."
"Very detailed and straightforward."
"I loved the class!"
"Great resources and interaction"
"I learned so much more than I thought I would. I didn't have such a detailed class before about BBP. Availability of resources is great."
Goal: to understand what bloodborne pathogens are, how they are transmitted and ways to control exposure
This course should be supplemented with worksite specific training, to include an Exposure Control Plan that details the steps your facility will take to protect employees (see CDC Brochure) . Below are some sample plans that can be used as guides to help address your particular situation.
After completing this class, the student will be able to:
- identify the types of jobs covered by OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogens Standard
- define bloodborne pathogens
- name the three most common bloodborne pathogens
- list the three most common non-blood fluids that may transmit bloodborne pathogens
- identify the five most common modes of transmission of bloodborne pathogens
- name the three primary methods of compliance in the standard and give specific examples of each
- list the three primary steps in handling an exposure incident
- identify the two medical requirements in the standard
- evaluate your company’s Exposure Control Plan