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Bloodborne & Airborne Pathogens

Bloodborne Diseases are pathogenic microorganisms which exist in blood and other bodily fluids, and can cause disease in humans. They include HIV and HBV. Both diseases can be fatal, and both can be avoided by observing the concept of Universal Precautions.

The Bloodborne Standard affects any employee who may come in contact with human blood and Other Potentially Infectious Materials.


Some identified populations at risk include workers in: Healthcare Facilities

  • Funeral Homes

  • Construction

  • Industrial Facilities

  • Research Laboratories

  • Linen Services

  • Law Enforcement

  • Fire and Rescue Operations

  • Correctional Facilities

  • Waste Removal

  • Lifesaving

  • Personnel Services

 And any employee whose job designation requires them to render first aid, even as a collateral duty.