Bloodborne and Airborne Pathogens
McGraw Hill, Feb 16, 2004 - Medical - 58 pages
This 58-page full-color manual is designed to complement the 2 to 2.5 hour National Safety Council Blood and Airborne Pathogen course. It focuses on teaching people how to protect themselves and others from blood and airborne pathogens and what to do if there is an exposure. Specific pathogens covered include Hepatitis viruses, HIV, and Tuberculosis. Also covered are OSHA standards and expectations, the concept of universal precautions and personal protective equipment.
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