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Blood Borne Pathogens

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Jan Burroughs

on 24 August 2016

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Transcript of Blood Borne Pathogens

Blood Borne Pathogens
What we all need to know...
Where do BBP Live?
Who is at risk
for exposure?
Direct risk - health services staff

Situational risk - all other staff
How do we minimize risk?
Universal Precautions
All human blood and certain body fluids are handled as if they are known to be infected with blood-borne pathogens
What are blood borne pathogens?
Bloodborne pathogens are infectious microorganisms present in blood that can cause diseases.


Why does OSHA require this training every year ?
1. To increase safety in the workplace
2. To educate employees
3. Because who could ever tire
of listening to Jan... (:
1. Where blood borne pathogens live
2. Who is at risk for exposure
3. How to minimize risk
4. Universal Precautions
5. What to do if exposed
In the BLOOD - which kind of explains the name doesn't it...
Where does blood sometimes hide at Head Start?
Saliva - dental related situations
Mucous membranes
Very rarely - Vomit, stool, or urine
Other Potentially
Infectious Materials...
What to
do if exposed
Why do I care?
Workers exposed to blood borne pathogens are at risk for serious, life-threatening illnesses.
Like What?
Cirrhosis of the liver
Liver cancer
Liver Failure
Kidney Failure
Weak Immune system
If blood can be seen in vomit, stool or urine - call the parent because
there is a problem...
When do we encounter blood at Head Start?
Situations involving accidents/injury
Scratching & picking
Nose bleeds
During health procedures

Employ effective
work practice controls
Use personal protective equipment
Gloves, masks and barrier devices
Vaccinations
Hepatitis A and B are both vaccine preventable
&
covered by our insurance!


Hand washing!
#1 way to stop the spread of disease when done correctly . . .
Follow Universal Precautions ...
Clean contaminated
surfaces properly
After double gloving:
Clean using disposable towels
Disinfect using #5 cleaner
60 second minimum...
Discard soiled items immediately
double bagged and tied close
taken out immediately

Use engineered controls
Sharps containers

Single use needles

Lancet holders
Gloves...
are the most important protective device you will wear when dealing with bodily fluids in the Head Start setting.
Glove removal video
Get yourself to Work Med and follow
their directions

Within 24 hours, fill out an employee
accident report and get it to
Shawn Jensen.
Basically -

ANY bodily fluid...
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