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to Online Bloodborne Pathogens Training
We have developed this online BBP Training service that is fully compliant with the annual OSHA bloodborne pathogen training requirement. In the very near future we will have the ability to accept most major credit cards and we invite you to check back soon if that is your preferred method of payment. In the meantime, payment is by check and more information can be obtained by contacting us. We welcome any questions or comments and we can be reached by Email.

On December 6, 1991, The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) promulgated a final rule entitled "Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens". The purpose of this standard is to eliminate or minimize occupational exposure to the Hepatitis B virus (HBV), Human Immunodeficiency virus (HIV), Hepatitis C virus (HCV), and other bloodborne pathogens. The revised Bloodborne Pathogens and Needlestick Prevention Standard requirements became effective April 18, 2001.

aHow does it work?

This online training in bloodborne pathogens is currently structured into several sections. The training proceeds by reading the information and moving from one page to another. Occasionally, you will be required to answer some questions as they relate to the information provided. Upon completion of all sections, your compliance with annual retraining requirements will be updated in our database and a printable certificate with the trainee's name will be displayed.

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During the training you will see other links to additional information or pages intended to accentuate each trainee's understanding of bloodborne pathogens. These hyperlinks are darker blue and look like this: Link

If you choose to follow these links, they will open a new window and will not interrupt your bloodborne pathogen training session.

We hope that you find this training option useful and encourage you to let us know how we can further improve this service.

We invite you to view the online training sample pages as follows:

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This document was last modified June 2007
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