Home | Join | Find Service | Courses | Log-In | Help
5/26/2022 Covid-19 Update - We are experiencing high call volume. To find a certified cleaning service near you still in operation and accepting new clients please click here.
It is important for employees and staff to understand the practice of Bloodborne Pathogen certification and Universal Precautions when dealing with blood or bodily fluids. Universal precautions teaches to assume any human blood or bodily fluids may be affected by BBP (bloodborne pathogens). As such when dealing with a situation that requires clean up and sanitizing of such an area those involved in the cleaning must be aware of the risks and hazards when dealing with this type of waste.
Some ways to help mitigate the risks are to practice the following guidelines:
In the end, we want all our employees and staff to go home safe to their family and friends. To do so it is important to follow OSHA's BBP training to keep co-workers, family, and friends safe. It is the responsibility of all professionals to do their part by following the practices of the OSHA BBP certification program.
© Copyright 2004-2022 International Janitorial Cleaning Services Association "The Home Of Professional Cleaning Companies"