As with other workplace hazards, employers are required to identify bloodborne pathogen hazards, implement control measures (engineering, administrative or work practice controls, and PPE), and provide training to affected employees. In the US, OSHA has very specific training requirements for bloodborne pathogen training. In Canada, you should refer to your jurisdiction’s guidelines and requirements […]
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