Triad Safety Services

Bloodborne Pathogens

Bloodborne pathogens are infectious microorganisms in human blood that can cause disease in humans. These pathogens include, but are not limited to, hepatitis B (HBV), hepatitis C (HCV) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Key terms are
Exposure Control Plans, Universal Precautions, Bloodborne Path Kits, Personal Protective Equipment Hepatitis B Vaccination, and Post-exposure follow-up.

Package Includes

  • Best Practices to help you get started.
  • OSHA inspection / audit checklist to help you identify hazards
  • FACE Reports (Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation). Helps you better understand hazards and prevention techniques. ( 4 to 6 each)
  • Fact Sheets provide summaries of various OSHA regulations & hazards with compliance tips. (4 to 6 each).
  • Forms are provided to assist you in compliance.
  • Handouts are a good resource to give to students to emphasize a particular point. (4 to 6 each
  • Hazard Alerts, usually obtained by OSHA to help us reduce hazards, accidents & injuries.
  • PowerPoint is provided and may be used to assist the trainer.
  • Training Lesson Plan provides a guide for what students need to learn, how it will be taught, and how learning will be measured.
  • Quickcards offer an overview of an important safety topic as well as tips to help workers raise their awareness of some common workplace hazards.
  • Quiz to document that students understood the topic.
  • Resources are provided to give valuable information and guidelines to help companies better lead and manage their safety programs. (10 – 12 each)
  • Toolbox Talks provide short reminders of various safety and health rules and procedures. (4 to 6 each).
  • Training Sign-in Sheet which complies with ANZI Z490.1 “Criteria for Accepted Practices in Safety and Health Training.
  • Written Program to help ensure compliance with OSHA, satisfy customer requirements and to help you better lead and manage your safety process.

One-time cost of $375.00