Click Here to Download the Bloodborne Pathogen Safety PDF Bloodborne Pathogen Safety Learn how to safely protect yourself from bloodborne pathogens in a health care setting. Registration InformationDate Taking Course* Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY Name (electronic signature)* First Middle Last I consent to my submitted data being collected and stored* Yes Collapsible Start Registration EndTest for Bloodborne Pathogen Safety1. Bloodborne pathogens can only be spread through contact with a carrier's blood.*TrueFalse2. To protect against an accidental spread, potentially contaminated materials such as needles and dressings should be disposed of in sealed and labeled proper bio-hazard container.*TrueFalse3. Equipment should only be cleaned with approved disinfectant when it is visibly contaminated.*TrueFalse4. Cuts and scrapes, or any broken skin, only needs to be covered if on the hands.*TrueFalse5. Hands should be washed both before putting on and after removing gloves.*TrueFalse6. Additional PPE (personal protection equipment) including a mask and/or apron may be needed if fluids can spray or splash on face or clothes.*TrueFalse7. Spilled bodily fluids can be cleaned using hand soap and towels.*TrueFalse8. If you are up to date on all possible vaccines you do not need to follow all infection control procedures to stay safe.*TrueFalse9. An object may be removed directly from the trash if it is visible from the top.*TrueFalse10. Disposable nylon or latex are the only approved gloves to protect against bloodborne pathogens.*TrueFalseCollapsible Bloodborne Pathogen Safety EndEmailThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.