important part of keeping yourself and the clients safe is to practice standard
precaution to minimize the transmission of disease. Given the nature of your job duties, it is
your responsibility to understand the nature of infectious disease types and
how to follow the established exposure control plan. This class will provide you with the skills necessary
to handle routine non-emergency excretions in giving care, handle exposure
incidents, and use personal protective equipment and effective personal hygiene
practices. OSHA standards for prevention
of bloodborne pathogens’ transmission will be presented.
The class price includes the $20.00 registry fee for placement of the student's name on the Wisconsin CBRF Training Registry.