Bloodborne Pathogens in Commercial and Light Industrial Facilities

Bloodborne pathogens are disease causing organisms found in human blood. In response to the spread of diseases transmitted through the blood, OSHA created the Bloodborne Pathogens Regulation in 1991. This safety training video explains how exposure to bloodborne pathogens occurs, and what you as a commercial or light industrial facility worker can do to protect yourself. This course gives an overview of the Bloodborne Pathogens Regulation, which requires all facilities have an Exposure Control Plan explaining how the facility will comply with the OSHA regulation. Watch this safety training course to learn how to protect yourself and your coworkers from bloodborne pathogens.