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The most important part of staying safe in any work environment is knowing where and what type of situations where you may be exposed to Bloodborne Pathogens. In any work environment, there is always the possibility of being exposed to Bloodborne Pathogens even if you do not work in a medical facility.
Knowing the procedures to take when there is the possibility of exposure is very important to know to protect yourself from disease that may cause serious illnesses and in some cases death. Not only knowing how to prevent the exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens it's just as important to know what to do if you do get exposed.
All employees, in any line of work should be aware of Bloodborne Pathogens whether you are housecleaners, laundry attendant, janitor, hospice workers, blood and tissue bank staff, laboratory workers, or even equipment repair technicians. It's important to be aware in any area that you are cleaning that there is a potential risk of Bloodborne Pathogens.
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