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Bloodborne Pathogens and Communicable Diseases

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Bloodborne Pathogens: Training for the Office Worker

Directed toward the emergency responder this program discusses protective clothing and equipment; avoiding needle stick injuries; decontamination procedures; hand washing techniques; procedures to follow if exposed; and proper waste disposal.

1994, 6 minutes.

VHS English  
Controlling Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens: Manufacturing

Supports the training requirements for employees in a manufacturing facility who are designated as first aid/CPR trained or may be occupationally exposed.

1992, 17 minutes.

VHS English  
Controlling Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens: Services Industries - Hotel/Motel/Restaurant

Designed for workers identified as first-aid/CPR providers in hotel, motel, restaurant and service industries and whose jobs may expose them to blood or blood contaminated body fluids, linens or clothing. Explains how to reduce exposure for employees.

1992, 17 minutes.

VHS English  
Bloodborne Pathogens

This short video gives an overview of bloodborne pathogens: what they are, how to protect yourself, and how to safely dispose of potentially contaminated materials.

2002, 10 minutes.

VHS English  
Bloodborne Pathogens: Know the Risk

This kit complies with annual training requirements and teaches all employees common sense guidelines to protect themselves from the serious threat of bloodborne disease in the workplace. Topics include risk of exposure, AIDS and Hepatitis B, transmission of bloodborne diseases, minimizing risk, housekeeping, and proper waste disposal.

1999, 21 minutes.

VHS - Kit English  
Bloodborne Pathogens: Protect Yourself

This program is designed for workers who are not designated to respond in an emergency but may contact bloodborne pathogens as first-on-the-scene Good Samaritans, housekeeping employees, or laundry staff. Topics include: What are HBV, HIV and AIDS; how these diseases are spread; first-aid procedures; decontamination procedures; and housekeeping.

Year unknown, 15 minutes.

DVD English, Spanish, and Portuguese  
Safety 101 - Bloodborne Pathogens: Take Precautions

This kit covers three bloodborne pathogens - HIV, HBV and HCV - and their definitions, symptoms and routes of transmission. Topics include: HIV, HBV and HCV; transmission; accidents and injuries; and common sense precautions.

2001, 12 minutes.

VHS - Kit English  
Bloodborne Pathogens for Ambulatory Care: A Sharper Image

This video program offers a concise look at the transmission, treatment and prevention of bloodborne pathogens, specifically hepatitis B, hepatitis C and HIV. Complies with OSHA 1910.1030. Topics include: effects of HIV, HBV, HCV; personal protective equipment; engineering controls; and safe work practices. Geared specifically for healthcare settings.

1999, 19 minutes.

VHS English  
Bloodborne Pathogens in the Dental Environment

This video program is aimed at dental offices and clinics and offers a look at the transmission, treatment and prevention of bloodborne pathogens, specifically: hepatitis B, hepatitis C and HIV. Topics include: effects of HIV, HBV, HCV; personal protective equipment; engineering controls; safe work practices.

Year unknown, 19 minutes.

VHS English  
Bloodborne Pathogens: Just the Facts

This DVD covers the following topics: bloodborne diseases, how exposure occurs, safe work practices, preventative housekeeping, and how to respond to emergencies on the job.

2008, 14 minutes.

DVD English, Spanish, and Portuguese  
Bloodborne Pathogens: Exposure in the Workplace

This DVD kit works through a bloodborne pathogens exposure, and shows employees how to react to an injury involving blood. Topics include bloodborne diseases and how they are spread; information about the Exposure Control Plan; engineering, work, and practice controls; how to respond to emergencies involving blood; Hepatitis B vaccine, exposure and follow up; and, signs and labels.

2007, 22 minutes.

DVD - Kit English  
Bloodborne Pathogens: Exposure in the Workplace

This DVD kit works through a bloodborne pathogens exposure, and shows employees how to react to an injury involving blood. Topics include bloodborne diseases and how they are spread; information about the Exposure Control Plan; engineering, work, and practice controls; how to respond to emergencies involving blood; Hepatitis B vaccine, exposure and follow up; and, signs and labels.

2007, 22 minutes.

DVD - Kit Spanish  
Bloodborne Pathogens for Long-Term Care

This DVD discusses the safe work practices long-term care works must follow to reduce the risk of infection by bloodborne pathogens. Covers OSHA 1910.30 and the following subjects: workplace transmission of bloodborne pathogens, reducing your risk, and personal protective equipment.

2006, 22 minutes.

DVD English, Spanish, and Portuguese  
Tattoo Safety First

Addresses safety and health issues faced by those working in the tattoo industry. Areas covered include preventative measures, proper sterilization techniques, station prep, station tear down, and operation and maintenance of a bio-room. Produced in Idaho!

2006, 26 minutes.

DVD English  
Bloodborne Pathogens for Custodians

This program teaches custodial staff protective measures to take against bloodborne pathogens, and explains effective cleaning methods, proper disposal of potentially infectious materials and health and safety measures for everyone. Topics include HBV, HCV and HIV; Exposure Control Plan; work practice controls; transmission; housekeeping; and PPE.

2004, 16 minutes.

 

DVD English and Spanish  
Needlestick Prevention: Stick to Safety

This program provides a thorough approach to sharps technology, safe handling techniques, and handling and disposing of sharps. Covers: facts about HBV, HCV and HIV; information about HBV vaccinations; five rules of sharps safety; and what to do if you are stuck.

2007, 11 minutes.

DVD English, Spanish, and Portuguese