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Bloodborne pathogens

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Rules

Div 2, General Industry, Sub Z

1910.1030 Bloodborne Pathogens

Div 4, Agriculture, Sub Z

Chemical/Toxins

Interpretations | Program Directives | Alerts

Interpretations

Recordkeeping, Ergonomics, Tuberculosis, and Bloodborne Pathogens 12/21/15

Train Workers in a Manner They Understand 5/4/10

Employees Designated as First-Aid Providers 8/13/04

Handwashing in Healthcare 12/24/02

Refresher Training 7/23/01

Volunteer Employee Regulations 1/11/01

Biohazard Bags 3/2/99

Handling of Infectious Materials 2/26/98

Transportation of Hazardous Waste 10/7/97

Medical waste 6/2/97

Non-profit organizations and volunteers 4/2/97

Collateral Duty 1/15/97

Waiving Hepatitis B Vaccination 1/15/96

Formaldehyde -- Use in Funeral Homes 1/19/90


Program Directives

Bloodborne Pathogens 5/15/13

Citations: Paperwork and Written Program Violations 5/6/16


Fact Sheets/Hazard Alerts/Technical Notes

Fact Sheet: Bloodborne pathogens 11/23/05


Checklists and Fill-in Forms

Bloodborne pathogens exposure control plan form

Infection control checklist

Sharps injury log form

Statement of declination form


 

Publications | Education | Related | Video

Publications

Form and document samples 1/10/12

Bloodborne pathogens: questions and answers about occupational exposure 4/20/11

Occupational safety for the death care industry 9/23/14


Education and training

Online Courses / Current Workshops

All Class Materials

Bloodborne pathogens Class Materials

Bloodborne Pathogens Workbook


PESO: Bilingual training for employers with Hispanic workers


Video/DVD Library

Look for Bloodborne pathogens videos on our Resource Center Website