Introduction|Pathogens: HIV and Hepatitis|Infection and The Exposure Control Plan|Methods of Exposure Control|Personal Protection and Vaccination|Housekeeping and Regulated Waste|Accidental Exposure Procedures|Conclusion
Anyone working in a manufacturing facility could be at risk for exposure to bloodborne pathogens. After all, if a co-worker gets hurt you might be asked for help. Whether helping an injured co-worker or cleaning up the mess from an accident, the risk of exposure to a bloodborne pathogen is there. Learn about personal protective equipment, the risks associated with bloodborne pathogens, what pathogens are out there, and how to avoid contracting them. Learn how to work safely and avoid the spread of bloodborne pathogens.