OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Training

OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens - Test

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In order to pass the test and receive a certificate, you must score at least 85%.

  1. Purpose of the Bloodborne Pathogen (BBP) Standard is to reduce the risk to employees of exposure to infectious diseases.

  2. Who must follow the Bloodborne Pathogen Standard

  3. The Needlestick Safety and Prevention Act was developed to reduce needlestick and other sharps injuries

  4. Occupational Exposure is

  5. Exposure Control Plan, Labeling Requirements, Communication of hazards to employees, and Record-keeping are all Components of the OSHA Standard

  6. Pathogenic microorganisms in human blood that can cause disease are?

  7. A written document stipulating the protective measures that must be followed to eliminate or minimize the risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens is a Exposure Control Plan

  8. The elements of a proper Exposure Control Plan are:

  9. Proper record keeping requires that the employer maintain an accurate OSHA record of every medical office employee

  10. Work Practice Controls, Personal Protective Equipment, Housekeeping, and Hepatitis B Vaccination are all examples of?

  11. There are no zoonotic bloodborne pathogens

  12. clothing or equipment that protects one from blood or other potentially infectious materials are all examples of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)

  13. Animals infected with Leptospirosis, Babesiosis, and Brucellosis can be a risk to employees who do not utilize proper PPE practices.

  14. Proper housekeeping refers to?

  15. Universal Precautions refers to all human blood and certain human bodily fluids being treated as though they are know to be infectious for HIV, HBV, HCV, and other bloodborne pathogens

  16. Postexposure Prophylaxis (PEP) is

  17. Which of the steps below are important when cleaning up blood or body fluids that may contain blood?

  18. How should you dispose of contaminated sharps, such as glass or needles that have come into contact with blood?

  19. Transmission of bloodborne pathogens in the workplace is most likely to occur due to:

  20. Bloodborne pathogens can be transmitted by sharing equipment, toilets and water fountains

  21. What actions can you take at work to help keep yourself safe from bloodborne pathogens?

  22. Bloodborne pathogens are disease-causing microorganisms that are present in:

  23. If you wear gloves while cleaning up body fluids, you should still wash your hands afterwards

  24. If you have been exposed to blood or potentially infectious materials at work, what actions should you take? Choose the steps that are in the correct order.

  25. Bloodborne pathogen Engineering Controls refers too?