You'll need to use your head as well as your heart if you work as a home care provider. Minimizing your risk of exposure to potentially infectious blood and body fluids is critical to staying healthy in an infirm environment.
Bloodborne Pathogens: Protection in the Home Care Setting explains how BBPs like HIV and Hepatitis B and C are transmitted and details standard precautions and safety practices for home care. It also discusses vaccinations and diligent housekeeping and laundry practices while meeting OSHA's 1910.1030 requirement for annual training.
Languages: English, Portuguese (subtitle), Spanish
A DuPont release