Bloodborne pathogens are microorganisms that can cause disease when transmitted from an infected individual to another individual through blood and certain body fluids. They are capable of causing serious illness and death.
Bloodborne Pathogens: Case Histories shows that exposure to some of the most common illnesses, Hepatitis B and C and AIDS (HIV), can happen ANYWHERE. These “invisible” but deadly threats require proper training and continuing education anywhere the risk of exposure exists.
An all-inclusive training program, Bloodborne Pathogens: Case Histories uses history as a training tool in an effort to help your workplace develop safe work practices and preventive housekeeping. Use this realistic training to minimize the threat of potentially life-altering bacteria infecting your workforce.
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