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Nueces County Safety Training Training Objectives Explain the purpose of the Bloodborne Pathogen Standard in 29 CFR 1910.1030. Describe the general symptoms.

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2 Nueces County Safety Training

3 Training Objectives Explain the purpose of the Bloodborne Pathogen Standard in 29 CFR Describe the general symptoms and epidemiology of bloodborne diseases. Identify the modes of transmission for bloodborne pathogens.

4 Identify tasks and other activities that may involve the exposure to blood or other potentially infectious materials. Describe methods that prevent or reduce exposure to blood or other potentially infectious diseases. Describe the appropriate selection, storage, use and disposal of personal protective equipment. Training Objectives

5 State the components of their employer’s Bloodborne Exposure Control Plan to include: Appropriate actions to take and persons to contact in an emergency involving blood or other potentially infectious materials; Appropriate actions to take and persons to contact in an emergency involving blood or other potentially infectious materials; Procedure to follow if an exposure incident occurs; and Procedure to follow if an exposure incident occurs; and Information on post-exposure evaluation and follow-up. Information on post-exposure evaluation and follow-up. Training Objectives

6 Bloodborne Pathogen Standard 29 CFR

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8 HIV Human Immunodeficiency Virus Methods of Transmission: Needlesticks Blood splash on mucous membranes Blood contact with open skin.

9 Hepatitis B (HBV) Methods of Transmission: Contact with blood (HBV can survive outside the body, therefore it can survive for days after blood has dried.) Sexual contact

10 Tuberculosis (TB) Method of Transmission: Tuberculosis (TB) is spread person to person via air. Tuberculosis (TB) is spread person to person via air.

11 Meningitis Methods of Transmission: Methods of Transmission: Direct contact with respiratory secretions Indirect contact (i.e., shaking hands with an infected person)

12 Contact Transmission Direct contact Indirect contact Droplet contact

13 Vehicleborne Transmission The transfer of an infectious agent to a host via contaminated items such as water, food, milk, or biological products, such as blood, tissues, and organs. The transfer of an infectious agent to a host via contaminated items such as water, food, milk, or biological products, such as blood, tissues, and organs.

14 Airborne Transmission The dissemination of microbial aerosols to a host via the respiratory tract. The dissemination of microbial aerosols to a host via the respiratory tract.

15 Vectorborne Transmission The transfer of infectious microorganisms from an infected host via an insect or arthropod. The transfer of infectious microorganisms from an infected host via an insect or arthropod.

16 Tasks Associated with Exposure Contact with an offender who has open wounds Contact with an offender who has open wounds First aid and CPR First aid and CPR

17 Tasks Associated with Exposure Evidence collection and crime scene processing Evidence collection and crime scene processing Officer/suspect injuries during arrest procedures Officer/suspect injuries during arrest procedures

18 to Reduce Exposure

19 Engineering Controls Devices that may be used to eliminate, minimize, or reduce occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens. Devices that may be used to eliminate, minimize, or reduce occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens.

20 Work Practice Controls Practices and procedures which reduce or eliminate the chance of occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens. Practices and procedures which reduce or eliminate the chance of occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens.

21 Personal Protective Equipment GLOVES GLOVES MASKS MASKS APRONS APRONS FACESHIELDS FACESHIELDS MOUTHPIECES MOUTHPIECES GOWNS GOWNS EYEWARE EYEWARE CPR POCKET MASKS CPR POCKET MASKS ANY OTHER EQUIPMENT WHICH MAY REDUCE CONTACT WITH SKIN OR OTHER POTENTIALLY INFECTIOUS MATERIALANY OTHER EQUIPMENT WHICH MAY REDUCE CONTACT WITH SKIN OR OTHER POTENTIALLY INFECTIOUS MATERIAL

22 Safe House Keeping WEAR RUBBER GLOVES RESTRICT AREA USE DISPOSAL TOWELS FOR CLEANUP PUT CONTAMINATED BLOOD IN APPROVED CONTAINERS

23 Be Prepared ALWAYS WEAR GLOVES WHEN AT RISK BE ALERT FOR SHARP OBJECTS DO NOT PICK UP GLASS WITH BARE HANDS PLACE SHARPS IN APPROVED CONTAINERS

24 Common Sense Rules BE SURE TO WASH HANDS AND REMOVE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING BEFORE: - EATING - DRINKING - SMOKING - APPLYING COSMETICS - HANDLING CONTACTS

25 CLEANING DISINFECTION STERILIZATION

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