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Bloodborne Pathogens Training

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Bloodborne Pathogens Training

The American Red Cross Bloodborne Pathogens Training Course

The American Red Cross Bloodborne Pathogens Training course is a comprehensive training program that provides individuals with the knowledge and skills necessary to protect themselves and others from exposure to blood and other potentially infectious materials. The course is designed for anyone who may be exposed to blood or other potentially infectious materials, including but not limited to healthcare workers, first responders, and childcare workers.

The course covers a variety of topics, including an overview of bloodborne pathogens and how they are transmitted, ways to prevent exposure, how to identify and respond to an exposure, and what to do if you have been exposed. The course is delivered in an online format and takes approximately one hour to complete. Upon successful completion of the course, students will receive a certificate of completion.

Course Overview
The American Red Cross Bloodborne Pathogens Training course is comprised of the following modules:

Introduction: This module provides an overview of the course and explains why it is important for individuals who may be exposed to blood or other potentially infectious materials to take the course.
Bloodborne Pathogens: This module provides an overview of bloodborne pathogens, including how they are transmitted and what diseases they can cause.

Exposure Prevention: This module covers ways to prevent exposure to bloodborne pathogens, including the use of personal protective equipment and proper infection control practices.

Exposure Response: This module explains what to do if you have been exposed to blood or other potentially infectious materials. It covers steps that should be taken immediately following an exposure, as well as follow-up care that is required.

This module reviews the key points covered in the course and provides information on where students can go for more information on bloodborne pathogens and exposure prevention.

Course Materials
The American Red Cross Bloodborne Pathogens Training course is delivered in an online format. Students will need access to a computer with an internet connection in order to take the course. A printer is also recommended so that students can print out their certificate of completion upon successful completion of the course.
Course Length
The American Red Cross Bloodborne Pathogens Training course takes approximately one hour to complete.

Certificate of Completion
Students who successfully complete the American Red Cross Bloodborne Pathogens Training course will receive a certificate of completion. The certificate is valid for three years from the date of completion and can be used as proof of training for employers or regulatory agencies.

The American Red Cross Bloodborne Pathogens Training course is a comprehensive training program that provides individuals with the knowledge and skills necessary to protect themselves and others from exposure to blood and other potentially infectious materials. The course is designed for anyone who may be exposed to blood or other potentially infectious materials, including but not limited to healthcare workers, first responders, and childcare workers. Upon successful completion of the course, students will receive a certificate of completion that is valid for three years.

Visit Lifeguard LI or Contact us at (516) 405-0676 for more details about signing up for a Bloodborne Pathogens Training course on Long Island, NY.