Want to train your employees who use Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to comply with OSHA’s bloodborne pathogens standard? Got 20 minutes?
You are required to train your staff members, whose primary means of protection from exposure is Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), to comply with OSHA bloodborne pathogens standard. Finding the time and energy to create this training is a challenge for safety officers.
Personal Protective Equipment Training Video: Comply with OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogens Standard is a first of its kind video that addresses the steps employees need to take to protect themselves and others from exposure to infectious materials.
In easy-to-understand terms, Personal Protective Equipment Training Video explains employee and employer responsibilities as they relate to OSHA’s occupational safety and health controls.
This resource tool will fulfill the PPE portion of your annual training requirement and:
- Help employers determine when PPE use is appropriate
- Save trainers time developing ambulatory-specific training materials
- Satisfy OSHA’s mandatory training requirement for PPE
- Outline employee responsibilities for adhering to PPE requirements
- Illustrate the proper use of PPE in the outpatient/ambulatory setting, including:
- Glove use
- Eye/face protection
- Gown use
Personal protective equipment is a major component of OSHA’s bloodborne pathogens standard and it requires initial and periodic training. This video fulfills the training requirement for that significant part of the OSHA standard.
Here are some of the tools you get on the companion CD-ROM:
- Bloodborne pathogens and personal protective equipment healthcare worker safety quiz
- An 8 ½” x 11” poster illustrating the personal protective equipment donning and removing sequence
- Healthcare worker medical glove checklist
- Glove safety feature evaluation form
- Latex allergy questionnaire
- Frequently asked questions concerning the bloodborne pathogens standard and personal protective equipment
- Sample task and barrier protection form
- OSHA Standard Interpretations on PPE
- And more!
In just under 20 minutes, this video (available on DVD), you can easily train your staff to properly use personal protective equipment (PPE) and reduce the risk of exposure to blood and other potentially infectious material.The short, condensed format and easy-to-understand instructions help employees understand their responsibilities and it saves trainers time developing ambulatory setting specific training materials.