Bloodborne Pathogens

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Dec 01, 2005
Oregon OSHA Fact Sheet Plus - Bloodborne Pathogens (11/05) (PDF)

http://osha.oregon.gov/OSHAPubs/factsheets/fs16.pdf

The Standards and Technical Resources Section of Oregon OSHA produced this fact sheet to highlight our programs, policies or standards. The information is from field staff, research by technical resources staff, and published materials. We urge readers to also consult the actual rules as this fact sheet information is not as detailed.

Source: Oregon OSHA

Mar 01, 2005
HIV 101: Essential Elements of Standard Precautions in the Correctional Setting

http://www.thebody.com/hepp/julaug04/hiv101.html

This report summarizes in tabular form the main elements of standard precautions for the prevention of bloodborne pathogen infection.

Source: HEPP

Mar 01, 2005
HIV 101: Essential Elements of Standard Precautions in the Correctional Setting

http://www.thebody.com/hepp/julaug04/hiv101.html

This report summarizes in tabular form the main elements of standard precautions for the prevention of bloodborne pathogen infection.

Source: HEPP

Jan 01, 2003
Hepatitis C: Police /Corrections Officer Poster (PDF)

http://www.hep-c-alert.org/images/flyer-police.pdf

Hepatitis C poster with information for workers in the corrections field.

Source: HEP-C ALERT