How much blood do you have to lose to be in a life threatening situation?
About 6 ounces!
How much contaminated blood do you have to come in contact with to incur a life threatening disease?
This course was designed for people that have a high chance of exposure to potentially harmful body fluids. The course will teach you how Bloodborne Pathogens can be spread, what steps and practices you can use to avoid exposure, and what to do if exposure to infectious material does occur. This class meets OSHA regulations for work place safety and Bloodborne Pathogens Standard. It is recommended that you speak with your employer about their workplaces specific policies and procedures, as additional processes may have been implemented. Upon completion you will obtain a Bloodborne Pathogens Training certification valid for one year.