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Bloodborne and Infectious Disease Training for Law Enforcement Spring 2020 is a Course

Bloodborne and Infectious Disease Training for Law Enforcement Spring 2020

Ended Jun 30, 2020

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Course Introduction

All law enforcement employees with an occupational exposure risk to bloodborne pathogens shall participate in a training program.  Training shall be provided to all existing Indiana University employees initially and annually as long as the occupational exposure is still a risk of the employee's job.  New employees shall participate in a training program at the time of initial assignment to tasks where occupational exposure may take place.  Indiana University staff may receive annual training online through E-Training. In class training is performed for initial training and annual refresher upon special request.

Learning Outcomes

After completing the module, you will:

  • Fulfill the training requirement of the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard, which requires employers to make employees aware of the requirements as outlined in the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Standard.

Module Topics Include

  • Definitions
  • Basic epidemiology
  • Engineering controls
  • Work practices
  • ECP
  • SESIPS
  • PPE
  • Spill response
  • Exposure response
  • Discussion of the Ryan White Act, Indiana Dept. of Health form 51467, and Indiana Code 16-41-10

Course Creator 

IU Environmental Health and Safety

 
Length: 1 hour

 
Department: 
IU Environmental Health and Safety

 
Credit: Certificate

 
Audience: Any IUPD cadet or officer who falls under the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard by having potential exposure to human blood or OPIM as part of their normal job duties.

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