Bloodborne and Airborne Pathogens
Learn best practices and industry standards for reducing occupational exposure to bloodborne and airborne pathogens in your workplace. Examine approaches for identifying and selecting engineering control devices and safer work practices in a variety of occupational settings. Gain an understanding of Cal/OSHA Bloodborne and Airborne Pathogens Standards, and review examples and descriptions of a variety of new products and devices. There will be ample opportunity for questions, answers and discussion.
This course is an elective in the Workplace Health and Safety Certificate Program.
Michael Cooper, M.S.,is a managing scientist for Exponent, Inc., in Menlo Park, a multidisciplinary organization of scientists, physicians, engineers and business consultants that performs in-depth investigations in more than 70 technical disciplines. Prior to joining Exponent, Cooper worked in environmental health and safety management within several industries including: semiconductor, semiconductor equipment manufacturing, medical devices and aerospace.
Oct. 21-22: Tues.-Wed., 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Sutter Square Galleria, 2901 K St, Sacramento, CA
$575.00 Includes course materials and morning refreshments.
$517.50 for organizations enrolling three or more people at the same time in the same course. All registrations must be submitted at the same time and fees paid with one check, credit card or purchase order.
1.5 quarter units academic credit, X431.36, 2.51 ABIH CEUs, 1.99 CSP CEUs, 15 REHS Hours
Earn a Certificate
This course is part of these certificate programs: