Bloodborne Pathogens for Home Health Care Training Video | DuPont Sustainable Solutions
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Home health care providers can be exposed to blood and potentially infectious body fluids – regardless of their specific responsibilities. This program outlines the precautions that your staff should follow to help ensure their safety and health on the job. Covers OSHA 1910.1030.
Available as an online training course, DVD and streaming video.
It’s been said that home is where the heart is. If you provide home health care, you know there’s something special about caring for people in their own homes. Developing warm and trusting relationships with patients is a natural part of the job.
So is dealing with blood. Whether you are a nurse, a nurse’s aide, or a homemaker, caring for people in their homes can mean that you are exposed to blood and body fluids and the risk of deadly diseases.
Bloodborne Pathogens: Protection in the Home Care Setting
Let’s take a closer look at the bloodborne pathogens putting you at greatest risk on the job – Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, and HIV – and what you need to do to protect yourself against them.
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