Bloodborne Pathogens in Healthcare Settings Streaming Video on Demand

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Course Description

Whether in routine procedures or emergencies, you are exposed to patients as you assist in or perform their care. Your job may involve transporting materials used to provide care – such as sheets, or vials of bodily fluid – or you may be a direct provider who comes into contact with patients’ bodies regularly. Many routine medical tasks – and certainly emergency response scenarios – bring with them a risk for exposure to bloodborne pathogens.

As a healthcare worker, your risk for exposure to these bloodborne pathogens is well above the norm. In this training, you will learn more about your risk and how to minimize that risk. We will also explore the role and responsibilities employers play, and what to do in the event of exposure.

This program is available with Spanish and French closed captions.

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In this video, we explore the risks and also control and response strategies for dealing with potential exposure to these and other potentially infectious materials.  Adapting these strategies to your unique healthcare working environment will help you – and those for whom you provide care and with whom you work – remain safe.

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