Entities such as the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued various guidelines to protect employees from several areas against bloodborne pathogens, and also to encourage adequate training to minimize the risk of infection.

The osha bloodborne pathogens training modules should ideally be divided into two parts, where the mental part should deal with the understanding of bloodborne pathogens on various parameters, and the physical part will deal with the handling of such situations in the real world.

Some things that should be addressed in both the components listed below.

1. Mental Component

• Awareness: Awareness is very important in any kind of training that is transmitted through blood. Here you will learn a lot of danger of coming in contact with blood and infected body fluids, including different dangerous diseases that can be caused by them. 

• Standards of Learning: In addition to general awareness you can learn a lot from a lot of research and publications of OSHA and also learn about the specific standards for pathogens bloodborne which includes a full list of situations for a more thorough understanding of the risks involved and how to deal with them.

2. Physical Components

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Here you will learn the importance of various types of personal items such as gloves, face masks, goggles, and gowns to prevent contact with blood and fluid. Using one or all of the teeth will depend on the specific situation, but you should get a complete understanding of the equipment necessary time, and also how to wear the correct item

• Post Exposure: The training will also prepare you for example when exposure to bloodborne pathogens does not occur. You will be taught the sequence of steps to be taken which includes senior inform you, with a focus on rapid medical care and regular follow-up, in addition, to comply with certain legal requirements.