Safety Manager's “Bloodborne Pathogens” Videotape Retraining Program gives employees the information they need to refresh their knowledge of OSHA regulations... as cost effectively as possible.
All of OSHA's recent regulations not only call for employees to receive initial training, but require that employees knowledge be "refreshed"... through retraining... on at least an annual basis. Since the detailed information that is required by the regulations has normally been given to employees during their initial training, retraining sessions can usually focus on things like reminding employees that they should be paying attention to the regulation in question... and heightening their "awareness" about how the regulation affects their jobs.
The Videotape include information on general information about the safety or health issue the regulation addresses, the basics of the regulation itself, major compliance requirements, safe work practices, personal protective equipment, and more.
The Videotape Program comes with a comprehensive Leader''s Guide, reproducible Scheduling & Attendance Form, Employee Quiz, Training Certificate and Training Log.
covered in this program include:
- The epidemiology and symptoms of bloodborne diseases.
- How bloodborne pathogens are transmitted.
- Methods that will prevent or reduce exposure.
- Biohazard labels, signs and container "color-coding".
- Hepatitis vaccination.
- Dealing with exposure incidents.
- Post-exposure evaluation and follow-up.
- And more.
scheduling & attendance form.
Training certificate and Training log.