OSHA Safety Training August 5, 2013 By Alan Smith Please watch this 10 minute video then complete the required quiz below. OSHA Safety Training Verification Form for C.C.S. Name First Last Job TitleThe term "Universal Precautions" means treating all blood and body fluids as if they are infected.*Select oneTrueFalseIf you are exposed to body fluids at school, wash the exposed area thoroughly and report the exposure to your supervisor or to the school nurse.*Select oneTrueFalseBlood borne pathogens are micro-organisms that can be present in blood and transmitted by body fluids.*Select oneTrueFalseA vaccine is available for Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C.*Select oneTrueFalseAlway wear gloves when you anticipate touching blood, body fluids, or contaminated surfaces.*Select oneTrueFalseThe risk of blood borne pathogens in the school setting is high.*Select oneTrueFalseThe most contagious blood borne pathogen in the workplace is HIV.*Select oneTrueFalseSafe work practices such as using a dust pan and broom to clean up broken glass are meant to serve as a guide only. You must develop your own safe methods for cleaning.*Select oneTrueFalseYou do not need to use gloves if you know what you are doing when giving first aid.*Select oneTrueFalseA red bag is used for blood fluids disposal.*Select oneTrueFalseHand washing is one of your main protections against infections spread at the school.*Select oneTrueFalseA negative HIV test after exposure means you do not need to be tested again.*Select oneTrueFalseSurfaces contaminated with blood and certain body fluids should be decontaminated with a bleach solution or other EPA approved disinfectant.*Select oneTrueFalseAn athlete who is bleeding should be bandaged before returning to the game.*Select oneTrueFalseMost exposure to blood result in infection.*Select oneTrueFalseSignature*I acknowledge that on this date, I received the Blood Borne Pathogen training session. This included information pertaining to: (a.) Blood Borne Pathogens and infection control in the school environment (b.) Definition of a blood borne pathogen and which ones are most prevalent (c.) Safe work practices (d.) Proper disposal of waste (e.) What to do if exposed to blood borne pathogen (f.) Information of Hepatitis B immunization I am aware that if I have any questions concerning infection control, I may address them with my supervisor or the school nurse. I agree to adhere to all safety procedure in accordance to the training and as mandated by OSHA standards. Please use your mouse to complete the signature.