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Survives for up to days 20
Common means of transmitting AIDS & Hepatitis B 26
Open Sores Cuts Broken Skin 19
Be aware of SPLASH hazards 16
Careful Handling USE: Personal Protective Equipment Decontamination 11
Universal Precautions –All human blood and body fluids containing blood must be treated as if they are infectious. Universal Precautions 25
Always have a barrier between you and any potentially infectious materials. latex, nitril, rubber, or other water impervious materials. 22
NO NO Eating NO NO Drinking NO NO Smoking NO NO Applying of lip balm NO NO Handling of Contact Lenses If you are in the area where there is possible exposure to blood or other human body fluids - 15
1 part Clorox &10 parts water 22
Decontaminate with 1 part Clorox &10 parts water. Treat any blood spill as if it is dangerous. Wear gloves & other PPE. 12
APPROVED FACILITY Non-regulated Waste AFTER DECONTAMINATION 20
All First Aid kits will contain: Disposable Rubber Gloves Always replace Used gloves immediately 11
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