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Please print a completed copy of this test (see below) with completed Inservice Training Report to Staff Training Specialist. Training Title: Source of Training: Instructor: Qualifications: Content of Training: Preventing Disease Transmission Internet Hope Enterprises, Inc./OSHA Human Service Provide/Federal Safety Agency Training specific to OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard for Bloodborne Pathogen, Universal Precautions, Contagious Diseases, Prevention of Contamination meeting OSHA requirements. 1 Hour BBP

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Bloodborne Pathogens Quiz

1. If you are exposed to potentially infectious materials on the job, you may request a vaccine for which bloodborne disease? HIV Syphilis Hepatitis B Brucellosis 2. Which of the following materials could contain bloodborne pathogens? Bloody saliva Semen Vaginal secretions All of the above 3. If you wear gloves when cleaning up an accident site, it is not necessary to wash your hands afterwards. True False 4. Bloodborne pathogens may enter your system through: Open cuts Skin abrasions Dermatitis Mucous membranes All of the above

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You should always treat all body fluids as if they are infectious and avoid direct skin contact with them. True False

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You should never eat, drink, or smoke where there may be potential exposure to bloodborne pathogens. True False

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If you have blood or potentially infectious materials splashed into your eye, you should flush your eye with clean, running water True False

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Uncontaminated sharps may be disposed of in regular trash bags. True False

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A quarter cup of household bleach/alcohol to one gallon of water provides a strong enough solution to effectively decontaminate most surfaces, tools, and equipment if left for 10 minutes. True False

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Needles should never be recapped. True False

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After exposure occurs and all precausions have been taken and the scene is secure you call a supervisor, fill out an employee injury report, and notify the Occupational Health Exposure Coordinator True False

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The three workplace requirements are First Aid kit, Personal Protective Equipment, and Exposure Control Plan True False

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