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Before we argue on who has the proper method of compliance. Look it up, since this is the judge and jury for safety. Remember there is no room for ignorance where lifes and safety are concerned.

http://www.osha.gov/
 

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Before we argue on who has the proper method of compliance. Look it up, since this is the judge and jury for safety. Remember there is no room for ignorance where lifes and safety are concerned.

http://www.osha.gov/

I don't believe a single operator has to be compliant...but what do I know...I didn't bother clicking. LOL
 

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I've used BloodbornePathogenTraining.com. They've got a really good OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Course that is 1 hour long and provides a certificate at the end. All employees who could be “reasonably anticipated” to face contact with blood or other potentially infectious materials (OPIM) as the result of performing their assigned job duties. That includes Physicians, Nurses, Medical Students, Healthcare Workers, Paramedics, Firemen, Policemen, Emergency Responders, Teachers, School Staff, Tatoo Artists, Cleaning/Janitorial Staff, etc.
 

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I think that blood borne pathogen course would be great for crime scene clean up crews. For the biz I'm starting in residential cleaning, I need to focus on keeping msds on hand, providing gloves, and other protective equipment as necessary.
 
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