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Precautions for Dealing with Possible Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens

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Overview

As an educator, you've likely dealt with some type of incident involving blood in your classroom - whether it was bloody noses, cuts, scrapes, or some other unfortunate occurrence. But do you know how to handle those incidents properly? Do you know what to do to protect yourself - and your students - from possible exposure to bloodborne pathogens? In this webinar, join John Roche as he discusses the safety precautions that should be taken when responding to a bleeding emergency. In addition, he will share various safety procedures that can help protect you and others from the spread of bloodborne diseases.

NOTE: This training is non-certified.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Other
Last aired on: Wednesday, April 22, 2015 @ 4:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Counseling, Personal Enrichment, School Safety, Workplace
Tags: bloodborne pathogens, first aid, injuries, safety

Reviews (32)

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This webinar is a great refresher about bloodborne pathogens.
Full Member
 
I took this many years ago. Good to have the reminders. Just a final thought- Clorox makes something called Clorox Ultra- it is a stronger version of the standard Clorox and kills many bacteria and viruses that can become resistant. Our family was introduced to this by the Immunonology Specialists as we were trained to care for my mom prior to her heart transplant. You can find it at Lowe's or Home Depot. Careful handling of bodily fluids is a necessity everwhere large groups are gathered. Good information.
Full Member
 
very helpful
 
Very helpful reminders!
Full Member
 
A great refresher course!
Full Member
 
Excellent!!!! Thank you so much!!!
 
VERY useful information!
Full Member
 
Enlightening. Never before thought about the supplies, like gloves, expiring.
Full Member
 
This material was riveting. I feel much more prepared than before this webinar! Thanks! :)
Full Member
 
Thank you! very useful information
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