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with Kenneth Solosky
OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1030 requires employers to safeguard employees who have a reasonably anticipated occupational exposure to blood or other potentially infectious materials. Without proper preparation in blood diseases and airborne pathogens, costly OSHA and state-specific regulatory fines could be levied. Much more importantly, lives could be adversely impacted or even lost. Ensure both safety and compliance with industry-leading classroom or cost-effective online bloodborne pathogens training.
Participants will learn:
-The fundamentals of bloodborne pathogens training
-Essential information on hepatitis viruses and HIV
-How to prevent infection from bloodborne pathogens
-About airborne pathogens, including tuberclosis