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The Importance Of Cleaning Employees And Staff Knowing About Bloodborne Pathogens

24 Sep 2019 11:56 AM | Lenwood N. McCullers
Its very important for cleaning employees and staff to know the importance about bloodborne pathogens. Bloodborne pathogens are pathogenic microorganisms that are present in human blood and other body fluids and can cause disease in humans. Bloodborne pathogens can be contracted or to come in contact by blood, mucous membrane, saliva and other body fluids and/or cuts, abrasions, human bites or needle sticks. Wearing proper personal protective equipment at all times helps minimize the exposure of bloodborne pathogens. Make sure that all infectious materials are properly disposed of with labels or color coded. If exposed to potentially bloodborne pathogens, make sure that the affected area is properly disinfected and reported to the supervisor then followed up by your healthcare provider immediately after initial exposure. Its good to be educated about bloodborne pathogens and infectious disease to minimize the exposure. As stated, wearing your personal protective equipment is the first line of defense.

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  • 24 Sep 2019 8:23 PM | Deleted user
    Blood borne pathogens are a serious concern for cleaning personnel and staff. It is extremely important for everyone on the team to know and understand blood borne pathogens and the hazards they possess, How to prevent exposure and the procedures for post exposure and the role of proper personnel protective equipment to ensure all personnel have a safe work environment.
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