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Bloodborne Pathogens. Answer Key. Standards. What are the federal and state standards for Bloodborne Pathogens (BBP)? 29 CFR 1910.1030 (Federal) Part 554 Bloodborne Infectious Disease (State). Scope. What is the scope of the Bloodborne Pathogens? - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Bloodborne PathogensAnswer Key

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  • StandardsWhat are the federal and state standards for Bloodborne Pathogens (BBP)?29 CFR 1910.1030 (Federal)Part 554 Bloodborne Infectious Disease (State)

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  • ScopeWhat is the scope of the Bloodborne Pathogens?To protect a worker from possible contamination of a Bloodborne Infectious Disease.

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  • When to comply?When should you comply with the BBP regulations?If there is an actual or reasonable anticipated risk of an exposure to blood or OPIM during routine tasks.

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  • DefinitionsWhat are the two primary BBP mentioned in regulations? (Define Each)

    HIV-Human Immunodeficiency Virus - the virus that causes the autoimmune deficiency syndrome (AIDS)HBV-Hepatitis B Virus - acute or chronic infection of the liver

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  • DefinitionsWhat is an OPIM?Other Potentially Infectious Material (State Rule 325.7002(r))Give some examples:SemenVaginal secretionsAmniotic fluidCerebrospinal fluidPeritoneal fluidPleural fluidPericardial fluidSynovial fluidSaliva in dental proceduresAny body fluid that is visibly contaminated with blood.

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  • DefinitionsWhat are Sharps?Any item that has a potential to cut or puncture skin. (broken glass, needles, lancets, etc.)

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  • Exposure Determination/CategoriesDefine Category A:Reasonable exposureNon-routine tasks as a condition of employment.Define Category B:No anticipated exposure

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  • Exposure Control PlanWhat are the elements of an Exposure Control Plan?Exposure determinationImplementation of the rulesTraining outlineIncident reporting and evaluation Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)Annual reviewAvailable to employees

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  • Universal PrecautionsDefine Universal Precautions:Blood and OPIM treated as Infectious material.

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  • Engineering ControlsDefine Engineering Controls and give an example:Reduce exposure by designSelf sheathing needlesSharp containersSinks

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  • Work PracticesDefine Work Practice Controls and give an example:Reduce exposure by work habitsWearing glovesWashing handsUsing sharp containersNO Food etc.

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  • Work PracticeSOPsWhat is a SOP?Standard Operating ProcedureWhat is the requirement for each task?Each tasks should have a written procedure to reduce risk of exposure.

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  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)What are some examples of PPE?GlovesProtective EyewearFace Shield or MaskWhat does Don and Doff mean?To put on protective equipmentTo take off protective equipment

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  • HousekeepingWhat SOPs are used in housekeeping?PPERecordkeeping

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  • Regulated WasteHow is regulated medical waste determined?Determination of Regulated Waste MI Medical Waste Regulatory Act - Part 138

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  • LaundryWho is responsible for employees personal protective equipment (such as a lab coat)?Employers responsibilityPersonal Procedures (CDC Guidelines)

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  • VaccinationWhat are the requirements for HBV vaccinations?WhenCost - Employers Expense TimeWaiver

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  • WaiverWhat is a waiver, and what does it mean?Employee has the right not to receive the HBV vaccine, however must sign a waiver. The employee does have the right to request a HBV vaccine, at a later date, at the employers expense.

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  • Post ExposureWhat should be included in a post exposure plan? DeterminationProcedureConfidentiality

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  • Labels and WarningsWhat does this picture mean?Biohazard WarningWhere is it found?Labels (on any biohazard)What color should it be?OrangeFluorescent Orange-Red

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  • RecordkeepingWhat should be included in recordkeeping?TrainingPost exposure

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  • TrainingWhat should be included in training?OutlineQualificationsLawAccess to PlanAnnual retraining

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