OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1030 requires employers to annually train employees who
have a reasonably anticipated occupational exposure to blood or other
potentially infectious materials in the course of their work.
The National Safety Council makes it easy to understand how OSHA's bloodborne standard affects your organization.
- Understand the standard and have a copy of it to keep onsite
- Train your employees, offer refresher training and provide them with course completion cards
- Learn how to control the spread of TB, influenza and other airborne pathogens
- Create an exposure control plan
- Know what to do if an exposure occurs
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Anyone who may come in contact with infectious materials as part of their job. This could mean: responders, healthcare professionals, lab technicians, dentists, dental hygienists, lifeguards, EMS, fire, police, ambulance, and many more.