Everyone knows that traffic tickets can result in court appearances, fines, and higher insurance costs. However, you may have additional options in Mecklenburg, Wake, and select other North Carolina counties that can save you money while improving your driving. Since 1989 our Safe Driving Program has provided drivers with potential reductions on a traffic violation in exchange for completing the 4-hour National Safety Council Defensive Driving Course.
Bloodborne & Airborne
Instructor Development Course
$275 Member $325 Non-Member
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June 7, 2013
September 13, 2013
December 6, 2013
OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogens Standard (29 CFR 1910.1030) requires employers to safeguard employees who face potential occupational exposure to blood and other potentially infectious materials.
The National Safety Council Bloodborne and Airborne Pathogens course helps reduce these risks by focusing on how to protect your employees from blood and airborne pathogens and what to do if an exposure occurs. If you are interested in teaching Bloodborne and Airborne Pathogens, the National Safety Council makes it easy. You can purchase the Instructor Resource Kit and start teaching right away.
The entire text of the OSHA standard and a glossary of terms to help understand it
A thorough introduction to bloodborne and airborne pathogens, including Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, HIV and TB
Proven steps to reduce exposure risks and prevent infection
Action to take if an exposure occurs
Information on influenza pandemic
Needle Stick Safety and Prevention act
Recordkeeping and exposure control plans
Introduction to bloodborne pathogens
Bloodborne pathogens including hepatitis viruses and HIV
Preventing infection from bloodborne pathogens
Airborne pathogens including tuberculosis
Influenza and potential influenza pandemic
Instructor Manual with lesson plans, exams, and additional scenarios for class discussions
Instructor CD with PowerPoint® presentation
21-minute DVD with standardized and correct demonstration skills
Student Workbook (64 pages in full color with nationally recognized course completion card)
Dentists and dental hygienists
Anyone who may come in contact with blood or potentially infectious materials
Q: Does OSHA consider computer based training without a hands-on skill component or verification of competent skill performance acceptable for meeting basic first aid and CPR requirements of OSHA First Aid Standards?
A: Online training alone would not meet the requirements of these training standards ...
These standards require training in physical skills, such as bandaging or CPR. The only way these skills can be learned is by physically practicing them. For a full copy of the letter please click here...