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Bloodborne pathogens can be detected by the naked eye
An example of an “Other Potentially Infectious Material) (OPIM) can be:
Occupational exposure is best described as “reasonably anticipated contact with blood or OPIM that’s part of an employee’s job duties”
Out of all the diseases caused by bloodborne pathogens, which is the only disease that can be prevented by vaccination:
Work practice controls are ways a job task is altered in order to prevent infection and would include all of the following except:
What is the most common type of personal protective equipment (or PPE) used to prevent exposure to bloodborne pathogens?
Bloodborne Pathogens and OPIM can remain infectious for up to (how many) days:
When cleaning up liquid blood or OPIM from a floor surface, use a mop because it will provide the best absorption
When it’s not possible to dispose of tools used to clean up a spill of blood or OPIM, it’s best to disinfect equipment in?
Which of the following is NOT considered an effective measure for preventing or controlling Bloodborne Pathogen exposure: