Nationally Recognized Training Center for the American Heart Association, Medic First Aid International, and the American Safety & Health Institute

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COVID-19 UPDATE: modified classroom, virtual, and online followed by skill check courses are now available.

"I Know CPR," Inc. is following the CDC mandates to protect our participants during these essential training programs. We have instituted social distancing, additional disinfecting, and virtual as well as in-person modifications to our courses for the safety of our participants.

Face Masks are now REQUIRED for all in person trainings. If you are feeling sick, stay home. To reschedule to a later date, please contact us.
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Bloodborne Pathogens

This 1 hour classroom only OSHA recognized training certifies students who may have occupational risks of being exposed to disease-producing viruses that are found in the blood or body fluids of another person. This program is designed to give you core knowledge and understanding of recognizing your risks of exposure to potentially infectious materials and to be able to take actions to reduce or eliminate those risks when faced with the possibility of exposure.

This course does not require a skills verification of attendees to obtain their certification. No $75.00 fee for material pick-up or drop-off will be required.

OSHA recognizes this course for one year; however, some participants may have a longer validation period depending on their requirements.

Content:

Bloodborne Pathogens
HBV- Hepatitis B Virus
HCV- Hepatitis C Virus
HIV- Human Immunodeficiency Virus
Transmitting Pathogens
Exposure Control Plan
Methods to Control Occupational Risks
Using Personal Protective Equipment
Hepatitis B Immunization
When Exposure Occurs
Housekeeping
Communicating Hazards in the Workplace

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