The Basics Bloodbourne Pathogens & Personal Protecive Equipment Hepatitis B Tuberculosis
100
What is wash your hands.
You should do this before beginning work, after using the bathroom, after you sneeze, cough or wipe your nose,
100
What is a bloodbourne pathogen.
A bloodbourne disease that can be spread by contamination by blood.
200
What is wash your hands.
You should do this before and after wearing gloves, after handling trash, after smoking or eating, before going home for the day.
200
What is inhalation, ingestion, eye or skin contact, puncture or needle sticks.
Name two routes of exposure for bloodbourne pathogens.
300
What is at least 20 seconds.
The length of time you should wash your hands throughout the day.
300
What is follow universal precautions, frequent hand washing, PPE.
Name three ways to protect yourself from bloodbourne pathogens.
400
What is HANDWASHING!
The single most effective way to prevent the spread of communicable diseases.
400
What is gloves, masks, gowns, & goggles/shields.
Name four types of personal protective equipment.
500
What is 2 minutes.
The length of time you should wash your hands at the beginning and end of your shift.




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