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Being aware of current bloodborne pathogen standards and practices are very important for all who may have any possibility of coming into contact with blood or other potentially infectious materials. In this section of the American CPR Training™ blog, we will cover bloodborne disease topics, the latest on exposure control planning, articles on universal precautions & success stories, where to find personal protective equipment, latest news on exposure occurrences, and articles which will guide employers and employees and their responsibilities regarding bloodborne pathogen safety.
  • Updated Training on Bloodborne Pathogens

    Bloodborne pathogens are too small to see with the naked eye, but they pose health risks that are too big to ignore. They're the disease-causing micro-organisms found in human blood, as well as human blood components and products.

    Bloodborne diseases continue to pose major health problems. Increasing infection rates for Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C are now making them as serious a concern as HIV, the virus which can often lead to AIDS. So it's more important than ever for your customers' employees to understand the hazards of bloodborne pathogens, the policies and practices that can prevent their transmission, and the OSHA regulations that address them. Also read: Bloodborne Pathogen standard (29 CFR 1910.1030)

    Our "Bloodborne Pathogens" training products provide this essential information while assisting employers in fulfilling the training requirements contained in the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard. And the training is available in three versions tailored specifically to the needs of your customers in three key industries.

    Bloodborne Pathogens in Healthcare Facilities is part of the Regulatory Compliance Series and is available in DVD or interactive CD-ROM formats... in both English (available now) and Spanish.

    K0002469EO Regulatory Compliance Kit (DVD format)

    - Includes DVD Program, Compliance Manual, 5 Posters and 30 Employee Booklets

    V0002469EO DVD Program

    - Program Length = 27 min.

    - Includes Leader's Guide, Training Certificate, Employee Quiz and Scheduling & Attendance Forms

    C0002460ED Interactive CD-ROM Course

    - Using full-motion video, the course is divided into chapters and includes quizzing and remediation

         - Includes CourseWorks, a complete learning management system to track employee training data

    M0002460EO Compliance Manual

    -Provides a comprehensive listing of what must be done to comply with the regulation, as well as a

      "fill-in-the-blank" written Exposure Control Plan.

    B0002440EX Employee Booklet

    -16 page booklet reinforces the topics covered in the program

    -Package of 15

    P000BBI0EO Poster

     - Uses a "catchy" slogan to remind employees to think safety:

       "What You Don't Know Can Hurt You... Protect Yourself From Bloodborne Pathogens"

    Bloodborne Pathogens in First Response Environments is also part of the Regulatory Compliance Series Series and is available in DVD or interactive CD-ROM formats... in both English (available now) and Spanish.

    K0002459EO Regulatory Compliance Kit (DVD format)

    - Includes DVD Program, Compliance Manual, 5 Posters and 30 Employee Booklets

    V0002459EO DVD Program

    - Program Length = 26 min.

    - Includes Leader's Guide, Training Certificate, Employee Quiz and Scheduling & Attendance Forms

    C0002450ED Interactive CD-ROM Course

    - Using full-motion video, the course is divided into chapters and includes quizzing and  remediation

         - Includes CourseWorks, a complete learning management system to track employee training data

    M0002450EO Compliance Manual

    -Provides a comprehensive listing of what must be done to comply with the regulation, as well as a

      "fill-in-the-blank" written Exposure Control Plan.

    B0002440EX Employee Booklet

    -16 page booklet reinforces the topics covered in the program

    -Package of 15

    P000BBI0EO Poster

     - Uses a "catchy" slogan to remind employees to think safety:

       "What You Don't Know Can Hurt You... Protect Yourself From Bloodborne Pathogens"

    Bloodborne Pathgens in Commercial and Industrial Facilities is part of the Regulatory Compliance Series Series as well, and is available in DVD or interactive CD-ROM formats... in both English (available now) and Spanish.

    K0002449EO Regulatory Compliance Kit (DVD format)

    - Includes DVD Program, Compliance Manual, 5 Posters and 30 Employee Booklets

    V0002449EO DVD Program

    - Program Length = 20 min.

    - Includes Leader's Guide, Training Certificate, Employee Quiz and Scheduling & Attendance Forms

    C0002440ED Interactive CD-ROM Course

    - Using full-motion video, the course is divided into chapters and includes quizzing and remediation

         - Includes CourseWorks, a complete learning management system to track employee training data

    M0002440EO Compliance Manual

    -Provides a comprehensive listing of what must be done to comply with the regulation, as well as a

      "fill-in-the-blank" Exposure Control Plan.

    B0002440EX Employee Booklet

    -16 page booklet reinforces the topics covered in the program

    -Package of 15

    P000BBI0EO Poster

     - Uses a "catchy" slogan to remind employees to think safety:

       "What You Don't Know Can Hurt You... Protect Yourself From Bloodborne Pathogens"


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    Need Bodily Fluid Spill Clean up Kits or Supplies?

    Bloodborne pathogen spill kits and protective products Bloodborne pathogens are infectious microorganisms in human blood that can cause disease in humans. Any type of sharp objects such as needles can expose you or your co-workers to these bloodborne pathogens. To limit you and your co-workers from potentially infectious materials we have Bloodborne protection and personal protection kits plus supplies to protect you from harmful and infectious materials. We have every type of antimicrobial, germicide, barrier making, disinfectant, PPE product that you can dream of. We are here to block and protect you from any infectious material or critter that is out there and to make sure you keep safe at home or in your work place.
  • What to do if Exposed to Blood or Other Potentially Infectious Materials

    IF AN EXPOSURE OCCURS

    Two types of exposures include a superficial exposure, and an exposure incident. A superficial exposure may involve blood or OPIM coming into contact with an individual’s intact skin. An exposure incident means that blood or OPIM have entered the body through the skin
    or mucous membranes. Although there have been no reported cases of infected blood transmitting disease through intact skin, you should treat both types of exposure with caution.

    blood-in-vessel• Once you have removed your PPE, thoroughly wash your hands and all other affected body parts with anti-bacterial soap and warm water.

    • If your eyes are exposed, flush thoroughly with a constant stream of moving water for approximately 15 minutes.

    • Do not allow runoff to drain into the other eye or into any open wounds or mucous membranes.

    • Do not eat, smoke, or touch your face until you have removed all PPE and completely cleaned all exposed skin surfaces.

    • If you suspect that contaminated blood or OPIM have entered your bloodstream, wash the affected area thoroughly, then immediately seek medical attention.

    • Finally, make sure that any exposure is reported to your supervisor and the Human Resources Dept. This is an important step in controlling the spread of the pathogen, and in providing medical evaluation and counseling to an exposed individual.

    • A medical evaluation usually involves testing the exposed individual’s blood for antibodies. The results of these tests are kept confidential, even from the employer.

    If there is a spill of blood or OPIM in the workplace that does not involve exposure to any individuals, sterilize the contaminated area with a mixture of 1:10 bleach and water.

    Follow the concepts of Universal Precautions when cleaning and sterilizing a spill site. This includes:
    • The use of proper PPE and tools,
    • Proper disposal techniques, and
    • Reporting the incident to a supervisor.

    From Bodily Fluid Cleanup and Personal Protection, to Safe disposal of  items contaminated with Blood or Other Potentially Infectious Materials (OPIM) - We've got you covered!From Bodily Fluid Cleanup and Personal Protection, to Safe disposal of items contaminated with Blood or Other Potentially Infectious Materials (OPIM) - We've got you covered!

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  • Safe Disposal

    SAFE DISPOSAL METHODS

    Equipment, cleaning materials, and personal protective equipment (PPE) that may have been contaminated with blood or other potentially infectious materials (OPIM) shall not be disposed of without proper safeguard procedures.

    SharpsObjects that may be contaminated must be carefully collected in specially marked biohazard bags, and removed from the premises by licensed Hazardous Waste contractors.

    • Biohazard bags are thick plastic bags, usually red in color, and are clearly marked with the biohazard label.

    • If temporarily stored on the premises, these biohazard bags must be securely fastened, double-bagged, and placed in a clearly labeled cardboard container.

    • Do not compress the contents.

    • Contaminated sharps (needles, broken glass, etc.) must be disposed of in specially designed sharps disposal containers.

    Sharps Disposal Containers are sealable containers, leakproof on 3 sides, puncture resistant, and clearly marked with the biohazard label.
    Biohazard bags and sharps disposal containers should be located in each first aid room at your facility.

  • PPE for BBP

    While Employers have a responsibility to provide bloodborne pathogen safety training when exposure to blood or other potentially infectious materials exists in the workplace (even when only as part of a collateral duty, like performing CPR or First Aid) and the further obligation to provide personal protective equipment for guarding against exposure - Employees have an obligation, too.

    See all types of PPE for BBP! See all types of PPE for BBP!

    Employees have the responsibility of using PPE whenever the possibility of exposure to blood or body fluids exists. This equipment must not allow blood or OPIM to pass through to the employee’s clothes, skin, eyes, or mouth.

    • When handling materials or individuals contaminated with blood or OPIM, rubber gloves must be worn. Hypoallergenic gloves must be made available for individuals with allergic reactions to latex products.

    • Single-use gloves must be replaced as soon as possible after they have been contaminated or if they become torn or punctured.

    • Latex or rubber gloves should never be washed for reuse.

    • Rubber gloves are not sufficient protection for the handling of contaminated sharp objects such as needles or broken glass. For these functions, use heavy gloves, tongs, or other appropriate equipment that eliminates the risk of puncture and exposure.

    Other examples of personal protective equipment can include:

    • PLASTIC VISORS

    • HALF-FACE MASKS

    • FULL BODY SUIT/GOWN

    • EYE GOGGLES

    • CPR MASKS

    The type and amount of Personal Protective Equipment used should be appropriate to the exposure risk. Although your employer is responsible for providing you with PPE, it is your responsibility as an employee to:
    • Use PPE correctly and whenever necessary,
    • Inform your employer of any PPE improvements that you feel must be made to ensure your safety on the job.

  • Bloodborne Pathogen standard (29 CFR 1910.1030)

    The Bloodborne Pathogen standard (29 CFR 1910.1030) referred to in this literature is a performance-oriented standard, in that OSHA states what the required standards are and then allows the employer to “craft the most protective and cost effective programs possible.”

    BioThe Bloodborne Pathogen Standard affects any employee who may come into contact with blood or Other Potentially Infectious Materials (OPIM). The Standard is regulated by OSHA, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. It requires safety practices to be implemented and followed by employers and employees to reduce or eliminate the potential for exposure to bloodborne pathogens in the workplace.

    Bloodborne Pathogens are microorganisms that exist in blood and other bodily fluids, and can cause disease in humans. They include the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), Hepatitis B (HBV), and Hepatitis C (HCV). Each of these diseases can be fatal, and each can be avoided by observing the concept of Universal Precautions.

    The Standard affects any employee who may come in contact with human blood or OPIM. Some identified populations at risk include workers in: Funeral Homes, Industrial Facilities, Research Labs, Linen Services, Law Enforcement, Fire and Rescue Operations, Waste Removal, Lifesaving, Personnel Services, and any employee whose job designation requires them to render first aid, even as a collateral duty..

    Other Potentially Infectious Materials (OPIM):
    OPIM includes semen, vaginal secretions, cerebrospinal fluid, pleural fluid, pericardial fluid, peritoneal fluid, amniotic fluid, saliva in dental procedures, or any other body fluid that is visibly contaminated with blood, or where it is difficult or impossible to differentiate between body fluids.

    EMPLOYER RESPONSIBILITIES:
    1. Develop a written Exposure Control Plan designed to:

    a.) Identify employees or tasks at risk, and...
    b.) Document a schedule of implementation.

    2. Develop Engineering Controls designed to:
    Reduce or eliminate the risk of exposure to bloodborne disease. (Engineering Controls are controls (e.g., biohazard bags, sharps disposal containers, self-sheathing needles) that isolate or remove the bloodborne pathogens hazard from the workplace).

    3. Provide Personal Protective Equipment.
    (PPE) is specialized clothing or equipment worn or used by an employee for protection against a hazard. General work clothes (e.g., uniforms, pants, shirts, or blouses) are not considered to be personal protective equipment. (Learn about Universal Precautions)

    4. Offer training in and monitoring of proper work practices
    Work Practice Controls are controls that reduce the likelihood of exposure by altering the manner in which a task is performed (e.g., prohibiting the disposal of blood soaked material in unmarked trash receptacles).

    5. Develop procedures to evaluate circumstances
    surrounding Exposure Incidents.
    An “Exposure Incident” means a specific eye, mouth, other mucous membrane, non-intact skin, or piercing contact with blood or other potentially infectious materials that results from the performance of an employee’s duties.

    6. Offer the Hepatitis B (HBV) vaccine to all employees with
    designated exposure risk.
    Employees who have been designated as having “Occupational
    Exposure” are given the opportunity to be vaccinated for the
    Hepatitis B virus. The vaccination will be given at no charge to the
    employee.

    7. Provide labels and signs.
    Labels must identify:

    a) Containers used to store, transport, ship
    or dispose of blood or other potentially infectious material.
    b) Contaminated equipment
    & Signs must be posted at entrances to research labs or production facilities where a person could come into contact with an infectious agent.

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    BLOODBORNE PATHOGEN PRODUCTS

    Bloodborne pathogens are infectious microorganisms in human blood that can cause disease in humans. Any type of sharp objects such as needles can expose you or your co-workers to these bloodborne pathogens. To limit you and your co-workers from potentially infectious materials we have Bloodborne protection and personal protection kits plus supplies to protect you from harmful and infectious materials. We have every type of antimicrobial, germicide, barrier making, disinfectant, and PPE product that you can dream of. We are here to block and protect you from any infectious material or critter that is out there and to make sure you keep safe at home or in your work place.

    From Bodily Fluid Cleanup and Personal Protection, to Safe disposal of items contaminated with Blood or Other Potentially Infectious Materials (OPIM) - We've got you covered! From Bodily Fluid Cleanup and Personal Protection, to Safe disposal of items contaminated with Blood or Other Potentially Infectious Materials (OPIM) - We've got you covered!
  • Universal Precautions

    What are Universal Precautions?

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    Universal Precautions is an approach to infection control. Universal precautions should be taken in all forms of lifesaving actions and medical care, including rendering CPR and First Aid, or using an AED.

    According to the concept of Universal Precautions, all human blood and certain human body fluids are treated as if known to be infectious for HIV, HCV, and other bloodborne pathogens.

    This means that precautionary methods should be used every time the potential for exposure to blood is present, even if you know the injured person, and even if the person looks healthy.

    Universal Precautions means:

    EVERY TIME… WITH EVERYBODY!

    From Bodily Fluid Cleanup and Personal Protection, to Safe disposal of items contaminated with Blood or Other Potentially Infectious Materials (OPIM) - We've got you covered! From Bodily Fluid Cleanup and Personal Protection, to Safe disposal of items contaminated with Blood or Other Potentially Infectious Materials (OPIM) - We've got you covered!
  • How Do You Rate?

    Have you heard of the American Red Cross Ready Rating Program?

    We've been members here at American CPR Training™ since before it began.
    ...How is that?

    We were part of a group introduced to the concept and contributing input on what should be included in the program before the website and program were publicly released. While you might think we wouldn't promote the American Red Cross, since hey also offer CPR & First Aid Training, that's not the case at all. They provide a totally different type of service - they offer community classes by an large, while we specialize in on-site training for groups and especially businesses. Our main focus is getting this lifesaving education out to many and we do this through our streamlined, on-site "corporate style" presentation at ½ the Time, ½ the Price, and TWICE the Fun!™, through our experienced Instructors... the Red Cross offers a much longer course (more expensive, of course, too) through primarily layperson instructors... it's just not the same thing. (The American Red Cross is also a sizable, and valued customer of our products, so that makes us rather warm-and-fuzzy toward them, too!)

    We feel very strongly about participation in the Ready Rating program and strongly encourage you to join. It is 100% free.

    What is the Ready Rating Program?

    Created in 2008 by the St. Louis Area Chapter, Ready Rating was originally designed as a marketing tool that would help to open doors and allow conversations to take place within businesses, organizations and schools about how to better prepare for emergencies. However, the program became much more than that in a short amount of time. In 2009 the St. Louis Area Chapter was joined by American Red Cross chapters in the following eight (8) cities for a two-year pilot: New York, NY; Chicago, IL; Raleigh, NC; Washington, DC; Los Angeles, CA; San Francisco, CA; Dallas, TX; and, New Orleans, LA.

    With the financial support of the Ready Rating National Founding Sponsor, Anheuser Busch, the nine (9) pilot chapters have demonstrated that the Ready Rating program is valued by it members, and helps businesses, organizations and schools improve their levels of preparedness. This is demonstrated by an average increase in members’ Ready Rating assessment score of 14% the first year, and a dramatic 50% in the second year!

    In 2010, management of the Ready Rating program was transitioned to American Red Cross national headquarters, and with the addition of Sam’s Club as a National Sponsor, several enhancements to the Ready Rating website and tools were added to the program. The enhancements include a streamlined process for new members to sign up and begin using the program, an update of the assessment to better align with the Department of Homeland Security Private Sector Preparedness Guidance (PS-Prep), and increased capacity to make the Ready Rating program available nationwide. Beginning in 2015 the ReadyGo and ReadyAdvance Assessments as well as the Emergency Action Plans EAPGo and EAPAdvance meet or exceed minimal OSHA standards for organizational preparedness.

    Why should you join is the Ready Rating Program?

    Whether your are an American CPR TrainingClient, Affiliate Instructor, Student, or just a reader of our articles, there are great free benefits for you by becoming a Ready Rating Member.

    As a member of the Ready Rating program you will receive the following benefits:

      • Access to the online Ready Rating Dashboard, which can help you to evaluate your business, organization or school's level of preparedness
      • Access to the American Red Cross Ready Rating member seal that can be used to publicly display your commitment to preparedness to your constituents
      • Optional public recognition of your commitment to preparedness by choosing to be listed beside other like-minded organizations on this website in the Current Member Listing
      • Customized feedback and recommendations for improvement based on your assessment scores
      • Option to create an Organization Manager account that links the member accounts of multiple site/branches/locations/facilities, allowing for all of the 'child' accounts' assessments to be viewed by one 'parent' account.  Learn more...

    Want to learn more about how it works?

    Ready to join?

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  • Plan ahead

    Every business is required by OSHA to have a formal, written and active safety program.

    An easy way to show that your program is "active" is to have live safety instruction (and records thereof.)

    Whatever safety training requirements you may have for your business, American CPR Training™ offers these topics in a fin informative, inexpensive, and time saving manner - and best of all, we come to your location and training your personnel on-site which saves you the additional travel time and expense of sending your employees out for training.

    We work with many of our clients to schedule their training classes for the entire year in January. This way their Managers and Staff can plan ahead to assure they will be available on the scheduled dates. While CPR, First Aid, AED, Bloodborne Pathogens, and Forklift Operator Safety (OSHA Industrial Lift Truck Safety) are our most popular topics, we teach over 100 OSHA Safety courses for our clientele across the US and the planet.

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    While the bulk of what we do is live, instructor-led training, many of our clients also have designated "competent person" trainers on staff that can teach some of these other OSHA safety topics, too. To aid in this, we offer some excellent OSHA safety training materials, complete with Instructor guide, student handbooks, DVDs or CDs and the paperwork necessary to properly document the training for your records.

    DID YOU KNOW? There is an abundance of OSHA training materials in book and CD form that can be used by employers and employees alike to make sure they are up to date on the safety standards and regulations that pertain to their industry and job. Also there are alot of other type of materials such as safety posters and games that can be used to make sure that employees and even employers know how and what safety regulations need to be followed. Safety posters can be generally informative of regulations that can pertain to their specific job and/or industry or can direct employees where to find safety items such as emergency showers and flushing stations. Keep up to date and informed! DID YOU KNOW? There is an abundance of OSHA training materials in book and CD form that can be used by employers and employees alike to make sure they are up to date on the safety standards and regulations that pertain to their industry and job. Also there are alot of other type of materials such as safety posters and games that can be used to make sure that employees and even employers know how and what safety regulations need to be followed. Safety posters can be generally informative of regulations that can pertain to their specific job and/or industry or can direct employees where to find safety items such as emergency showers and flushing stations. Keep up to date and informed!
  • Cold Life

    Since Winter is when most people suffer heart attacks, wouldn't this be the bests time to learn or renew CPR Skills?

    Learning CPR should be convenient, easy, inexpensive and fun!

    While CPR Training is a critical life skill that involves education about physiology, anatomy, and physical skills, it need not be grueling or boring.

    Back in 1993 American CPR™ was founded to stamp out boring, expensive and inconvenient CPR, replacing is with a new type of CPR at ½ the Time, ½ the Price, and TWICE the Fun!™ This is our goal, mission, belief, and achievement every day 24 years later...

    Come see for yourself! learn about our corporate-style, entertaining, time- and cost-effective curricula for CPR, First Aid, AED, and BBP Training - then get a Quote for one of our thousands of excellent, experienced Instructors to come teach your group onsite at your location!

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  • American CPR Training™ / American EHS Credentials & Qualifications

    CPR saves lives! Being CPR certified will prepare you for any emergency that may come your way. Many organizations teach CPR but questions arise about who officially endorses CPR. There have also been some inquiries about our certifications and course equivalency as well-so let us explain!

    ACT-CPR-IconAmerican CPR Training™ / American EHS is a nationally recognized training organization, just as American Red Cross and American Heart Association. We have been conducting thousands of health and safety trainings nationally for over 20 years. Yes OVER 20 YEARS (we weren’t born yesterday). Our curriculum is consistent with International, ILCOR/ECC, and OSHA/Department of Labor standards- which are the organizations that together update the guidelines for CPR.
    There are certain organizations that require that the certification must be "consistent with the curriculum of the American Red Cross or the American Heart Association," which covers all 12 national certifications, but is sometime misunderstood as “must be” American Red Cross or American Heart Association. We are not affiliated with the American Heart Association nor the American Red Cross; however, our courses are the equivalent to the curricula of both organizations.

    ACT-FA-IconSome of our larger clients include: Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Unicare, WellPoint, Anthem, the FDA, Microsoft, the US Army, the US Coast Guard, and the White House, to name just a few. We even train NIOSH, Federal Occupational Health and the CDC. Furthermore, most of our instructors have taken courses and have been (or are currently) certified as Instructors by the American Red Cross (ARC), the American Heart Association (AHA), American Safety & Health Institute (ASHI), or National Safety Council (NSC). The majority of them are also currently registered EMT's, RN's and Firefighters.

    Some of our clients ask: What national agency, if any, grants credentials to CPR programs? I know it seems strange, but no agency "grants" credentials. We strongly believe that if we were not teaching AHA equivalent courses that follow the ILCOR/ECC guidelines, we would not still be in business after 20 years!

    Being knowledgeable about the guidelines, who endorses them along with a combination of making sure the company training you is following the guidelines and applying the appropriate training will ensure you are being trained correctly and by the right organization… American CPR Training™! We are ½ the Time, ½ the Price and TWICE the FUN!™.

    What does your certification card say?

    Our certification card will state the course, instructor name and renewal date along with the title of the course completed.

    Who issues your certification card?

    Our certification card is issued by us- American CPR Training™ - America's Favorite CPR, AED & First Aid Training™ - Leader in Safety Training throughout the US, Canada, & Mexico...

    What topics do you teach?

    ACT-AED-IconCPR, FA, AED, BBP and Forklift Safety are among the most popular courses American CPR Training™ offers; and in addition also offers safety training in all aspects of Environmental Health & Safety along with consulting, products, management, and other services.

    How can I verify I am being taught the updated guidelines?

    Guidelines are updated approximately every 5 years. We pride ourselves in being leaders in the Health & Safety field and were extremely pleased to have been the first training organization to introduce the complete C.A.R.E. CPR™ curriculum with updated guidelines in 2016.

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