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Bloodborne Pathogens Retraining (EHS 0738)
EHS 0738 SITE MAP
BBP INTRODUCTION
BLOOD-BORNE PATHOGEN (BBP)
PREVENTION/
EXPOSURE CONTROL
INCIDENT RESPONSE
QUESTIONS
BIOSAFETY MANUAL
 
 

WEB TRAINING PROGRAM FOR BLOOD BORNE PATHOGENS

Before You Begin

This training program was developed by EH&S to provide a review of blood borne pathogen exposure control principles and practices, and to provide updated information regarding blood borne pathogens and their control.

This program will be revised at least annually in order to provide you with the most current information available.

The program is intended for all LBNL personnel who have a reasonable, anticipated risk of occupational exposure to blood borne pathogens and who have completed initial blood borne pathogen training.

Note: Completion of this on-line program does not meet regulatory requirements for initial blood borne pathogen training.

Initial blood borne pathogen training is offered through EHS. If you need to attend initial training, you can schedule this through our Training Web Site or by calling the Biosafety Officer at ext. 6812.

Who was this program designed for?

This program was designed for those who have occupational exposure to human blood or blood products.  You can progress through the program or go back to specific sections by clicking on the links to the Table of Contents.

Who can take this training?

Since this online training is part of the annual retraining program, you must have already completed the blood borne pathogen initial training at LBNL.

What do I need to do?

Read through the information provided in Sessions 1-3. After reading through each session, you will be required to take a final exam. You must pass with a 100% score to receive credit for this course. You will have three attempts to pass the exam.

What's On The Agenda?

In this web-based training program, the following topics will be covered:

Session 1. Blood borne Pathogens

    What they are, how they are transmitted, and review of HIV, HBV, and HCV.

Session 2. Occupational Exposure Control

    A review of how to protect yourself from a blood borne pathogen exposure at work.

Session 3. Incident Response

    Actions to take in emergency and non-emergency situations.

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