Safety Training Handout
Types of bloodborne
Transmission of Bloodborne Pathogens
Anytime there is blood-to-blood contact with infected blood or body fluids, there is a potential for transmission. Unbroken skin forms a generally good barrier against bloodborne pathogens. However, infected blood can enter your system through open sores, cuts, abrasions, acne, burns, open blisters.
Use of Blood Spill Kits
Restricted access to waste collection points
Waste disposal procedures.
Proper storage facilities and containers
Special syringes to prevent needle sticks
Smart Safety Rules
Wash exposed areas with antibacterial soap
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