Bloodborne Pathogens (JS010)

Bloodborne Pathogens Certification OSHA I And OSHA II Approved. Are you at risk of exposure? Stay OSHA compliant. As someone who may come in contact with blood, you are required by OSHA to be trained in bloodborne pathogens. OSHA fines for non-compliance can be as high as $70,000. Avoid fines and stay compliant with effective training that will help keep you safe and up to date.

In this program you will learn key definitions and how to protect yourself when working in areas where you can be exposed to blood and/or body fluids.

Average test certification time 1 hour. Average program study time 1 hour. All program materials available online.

Also included with the training program are several downloadable Word documents.

1. Safety Exam questions and answer key. Give employees the exam and put in their employee file upon
2. Certificate of Completion. Fill out this form for each employee that completes the training. This
certificate should be dated and put into the employee file. Training should be reviewed yearly.
3. Exposure Control Plan and Hazard Communication Plan (15 page document)
4. Exposure Incident Report
5. Cleaning and Decontamination Schedule
6. Category I Job Classification/Expected Exposure List
7. Category II Job Classification/Possible Exposure List
8. Hepatitis B Vaccination Record
9. Hepatitis B Vaccination Declination
10. Employee Medical Record Checklist
11. Needlestick Exposure Log
12. Personal Protective Equipment/Task List
13. Sharps Injury Log
  • Program Introduction
  • Instructions
  • Tutorial: Using the Learning Management System
  • Program
  • 1. Bloodborne Pathogens Introduction - 22 sec
  • 2. Key Definitions - 6:12 min
  • 3. Exposure Incidents - 3:54 min
  • 4. BBP Personal Protective Equipment - 6 min
  • 5. Work Practice Controls - 3:23 min
  • 6. Occupational Exposures - 5:33 min
  • 7. Transmittable Diseases - 7:19 min
  • 8. If Exposure Occurs - 4:29 min
  • 9. Needle Stick Injuries - 6:49 min
  • 10. Cleaning Blood Spills - 4:06 min
  • Certification Exam
  • Bloodborne Pathogen Exam
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certificate with a duration: 1 year