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Bloodborne Pathogens - Final Rule - This updated training program brings together the latest and most up to date information available relating to Bloodborne Pathogens and your safety when working in areas where you may be exposed to these potentially harmful pathogens.
A thorough physical assessment is necessary for all clients whether in long term care, acute care or home health. Our focus is to take the professional through a comprehensive physical assessment, divided into upper body and lower body components. Includes proper documentation guidelines.
3 CE Contact Hours
Learning Guide Included
Research shows that safety precautions have decreased the number of BBP exposures on the job. This new program teaches your staff how to minimize exposure risk by using Standard Precautions, personal protective equipment and other safe work practices.
Healthcare workers in long-term care facilities face the same risks as those who work in hospitals. However, the intensive personal care needed by most residents can increase your employees' risk.
Biological safety is critical to help ensure safe handling of biological material. This program addresses the procedures for proper use, storage, transfer, and disposal of biological materials as well as biological safety practices to minimize the risk of exposure to potentially infectious materials.
While not transmitted through casual contact, blood borne pathogens present a risk in just about any workplace. That’s why it’s important to train all employees, not only those in positions where exposure hazards are a routine part of their jobs. One of our best selling safety videos, this blood borne pathogens DVD is also available for online training.
While not transmitted through casual contact, bloodborne pathogens present a risk in just about any workplace. That’s why it’s important to train all employees, not only those in positions where exposure hazards are a routine part of their jobs. (DVD or Video Streaming)
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More than half a million sharps related injuries occur each year,according to OSHA. Safety devices now include needleless systems and engineered protective devices for needles and other sharps. Studies show that sharps safety devices may significantly reduce your risk of injury during procedures such as joining IV lines, drawing blood, injecting medications and suturing during surgery.