This quiz is to test your knowlege of the CAL-OSHA compliance requirements for Bloodborne Pathogens.
Droplets of mucus expelled during a sneez
A and c
To better my understanding of microbiology
To scare me into wearing my personal protective equipment
To limit occupational exposure to blood and othe infectious materials
All of the above
Adopt procedures to reduce your exposure
Offer free hepatitis B immunization
Offer free evaluation and follow up for employes who experience an exposure incident
Provide training on exposure control
After an exposure
Within 10 days of employment, then annually
Direct contact with blood
Unprotected sexual contact
Sharing a ride
Use universal precautions and practice good hand washing
Use personal protective equipment and decontaminate soilied surfaces
Place glass and needles in the 'sharps container'
All of the above
A series of four shots given in the upper leg
A series of three shots given in the gluteus maximus
A series of three shots given in the upper arm
A series of four shots given in the upper arm
You definitely have not been infected
You show no evidence of HIV antibodies, but you should be tested again at the end of the incubation period to make sure you are not incubating the virus.
Semen, vaginal secretions, brest milk.
Both A & C are correct.
Use disposable gloves
Dispose of waste in a unlined waste container
Wash hands thoroughly with soap and water
Contact your Leader and Safety Committee Chairperson
The "Big Bang" theory of the origin of the universe
Taking precautions with all body fluids
The use of Universal Precautions for some body fluids regardless of the source
Suck on the wound and spit out the blood
Report the incident to the Plan Administrator
Complete an Exposure Incident Report
Quit your job
If your skin was broken or chapped
If large amounts of infections material were involved
If the infectious material got into your mouth
If your skin was pierced
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