Safety: Bloodborne Pathogens (BBP)
Learn how to prevent exposure from handling infectious materials. OSHA requires employers provide regular training for any workers who can reasonably be expected to encounter blood or other potentially infectious materials while performing their jobs. OSHA typically mandates the bloodborne pathogen (BBP) safety training be completed when an employee starts a new job, and then once a year for the duration of their job. When responsibilities or procedures change, affecting the contamination risk, further training should be provided. To ensure your workplace is OSHA compliant, contact ASC for on-site employee training & program audit.