Welcome to the On-Line Bloodborne Pathogens Training.The purpose of this on-line training program is to provide a general understanding of bloodborne pathogens, common modes of their transmission, and methods of preventing exposure. Your supervisor will provide bloodborne pathogens training specific to your work activities in accordance with your unit's Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan.
This on-line training, in conjunction with the specific workplace training provided by your supervisor, fulfills the requirements in the Safety Policies and Procedures Manual, 2.44, and WAC 296-823.
To complete your training:
- Review, with your supervisor, the unit's Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan. During this review your supervisor will inform you of the work activities with potential exposures to bloodborne pathogens and train you on the appropriate protective measures.
- Review the on-line training modules below by clicking on each topic.
- After reviewing each topic, click on the "Quiz" at the bottom of this page. Select the quiz appropriate for your job tasks. *PLEASE USE INTERNET EXPLORER BROWSER TO TAKE THE QUIZ*
- When you have completed the quiz, click the "Finish" button, and complete the form. After the form is completed, click the "Send Email", button. NOTE: If you or your supervisor does not receive a confirming e-mail that proves you took the class, please call EHS.
If you have any questions about this training, then contact your supervisor or call Environmental Health & Safety (335-3041).
Bloodborne Pathogens On-Line Training Modules
Bloodborne Pathogen Quizzes
Pick the quiz below that most closely matches the type of work you do. If you have any questions while taking the quiz or afterwards, call EH&S at 335-3041. *PLEASE USE INTERNET EXPLORER BROWSER TO TAKE THE QUIZ*
When you have completed the quiz, click the "Finish" button and fill out all of the fields on the form that appears. Be sure to fill out the Supervisor's Name and Supervisor's Email fields so that your supervisor and EH&S can document that the annual bloodborne pathogen training has been completed. Then click the "Send Email" button.