Welcome to the Bloodborne pathogens quiz

In an employer’s exposure control plan, they are required to include a category called ‘exposure determination’. This category is best described by which of the following?
Which is NOT a category an employer is required to include in the facility-specific exposure control plan?
Personal protective equipment (PPE) will protect employees from all exposure incidents.
Hepatitis B vaccination provides protection for:
Regarding the hepatitis B vaccine, the employer:
The person to notify in the event of an exposure incident is always the direct supervisor.
What is usually the first action in the event of an exposure incident?
Which of the steps below are important when cleaning up blood or body fluids that may contain blood?
Transmission of bloodborne pathogens in the workplace is most likely to occur due to:
If you are exposed to possible bloodborne pathogens at work, you will be offered a confidential medical exam and follow-up evaluation.
Bloodborne pathogens can be transmitted by sharing equipment, toilets and water fountains.
Bloodborne pathogens are disease-causing microorganisms that are present in:
If you wear gloves while cleaning up body fluids, you should still wash your hands afterwards.