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  1. Labor Relations Office Right-to-Know / Hazard Communication Bloodborne Pathogens / Exposure Control On-Line Training Center Presented by: David L. Daignault, CSP, Coordinator Health, Safety and Risk Management
  2. Learning Objectives • Chemical Awareness and Safety • PPE, 1st Aid • Labels • MSDS
  3. Your Right-To-Know Employer Employee Responsibilities Responsibilities • Communicate Name of • Be Familiar with Contact Person Chemical Products Used • Develop Written Plan • Know Where To Go • Maintain and Provide For More Information Access to MSDS • Conduct Work Safely • Provide Training
  4. Sources of Information  Labels  Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)  Your supervisor  Your district’s RTK contact  Websites ( and company/MFG websites
  5. Potential Hazards  Physical – can cause bodily harm or damage to property as products could be flammable, reactive, corro sive or etc.  Health – can cause symptoms ranging from mild to severe: rashes, nausea, headach es, respiratory discomfort, burns
  6. Routes of Entry  Absorption (prevention by use of gloves)  Ingestion (prevention by hand washing)  Inhalation (prevention by good work practice and ventilation)  Injection (prevention by proper handling of broken glass and sharps)
  8. Labels-Signal Words  CAUTION  WARNING  DANGER
  9. Labels-Danger
  10. Labels-Warning
  11. Future Global Harmonization System by June 2015 Standard Hazard Labeling
  12. Material Safety Data Sheets  Supplied by manufacturer  Accessible to all staff – Call 431-8591  Include:  Description of Hazards  Emergency Information  Contact Numbers  Storage Guidelines  PPE/Ventilation Needs  Hard Copy and/or Electronic/Web Versions
  13. MSDS Online FAX by-request during emergencies 888-362-7416 Give FAX number for Nurse’s Office, Main Office OR Hospital Emergency Rm
  14. MSDS - Example
  15. Emergencies  Follow the first aid procedures found on the label and the MSDS: Rinse eyes for 15 minutes Rinse skin thoroughly using soap if required Follow specific guidelines for ingestion Get victim to fresh air  Know who to contact for cleanup.  Follow disposal guidelines for spills and Cordon and Evacuate area as appropriate
  16. Prevention  Control the physical hazards by storing products carefully  Substitution – Avoid the health hazards by using safer products  Minimize/Reduce your exposure by wearing PPE and ventilating the work area
  17. Summary  Be familiar with the products in your area.  Consult labels and MSDSs.  Choose the right product for the job…and the safest product available.  Don’t bring in products from home.  Don’t hesitate to ask questions.
  18. EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS  Supervisor, School Nurse  9-1-1 OR 9 9-1-1 Poison Control Center: 1-800-252-5655
  19. Questions? Please contact your District Right-to-Know Officer or your OCM BOCES Safety Officer OCM BOCES Health & Safety: (315) 431-8591  Identify the district you are calling from for immediate referral to your OCM BOCES Safety Officer.
  20. Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Training Health, Safety and Risk Management David L. Daignault, CSP Coordinator
  21. Learning Objectives  What is an Exposure  Exposure Risks  How to Protect Yourself  Clean Up Procedure and Proper Disinfectants  Reporting an Exposure and Follow Up
  22. Exposure Determination  Persons at risk of exposure based upon expectation to:  administer first aid  clean up blood or other OPIM* *other potentially infectious materials i.e. internal fluids of the body
  23. Bloodborne Pathogens Diseases that can be transmitted through contact with blood and OPIM include: – Hepatitis B  Did you know that all K-12 students in NYS are required to be vaccinated against Hepatitis B – Hepatitis C – HIV/Aids Of these, hepatitis C is the least likely to result from a workplace exposure.
  24. “What are my chances of being exposed to a Bloodborne Pathogen?” Outside of the medical profession …. Your exposure risk is extremely low when following basic precautions!
  25. Exposure Control Plan  Our plan is located in each Nurse’s Office and Central Admin.  It is accessible to all employees,  includes the exposure determination, and  addresses district procedures.
  26. Means of Transmission in the Workplace Setting  accidental cut with a sharp object contaminated with blood.  skin contact with blood when skin has open cuts, sores or abrasions (unprotected hands)  getting infected blood in eyes, nose, or mouth (mucous membranes) (Virus must be present in blood/body fluids.)
  27. Means of Transmission  Saliva, tears, urine, feces, and sweat are not considered potentially infectious fluids for bloodborne pathogens, unless “visible amounts of blood are present.”  NOT spread by „casual‟ contact, i.e. handshake, doorknobs and etc.
  28. Universal Precautions Universal precautions will be observed in all school programs in order to prevent contact with blood or other potentially infectious materials. All blood will be considered infectious regardless of the perceived status of the source individual.
  29. Protective Gloves Personal Protective Equipment  Gloves should ALWAYS be used as a barrier prior to providing first aid or cleaning up blood spills.  Alternate (vinyl) gloves are available to latex-sensitive individuals.
  30. Exposure Incident If you are exposed to blood or other body fluid, follow these steps immediately : Wash hands/affected area with soap & water  If in eyes, nose or mouth; flush with water  ALWAYS Report the incident to your Supervisor and the school nurse, if available.  Immediately seek medical treatment – School Nurse, family Dr., Clinic, after hours Urgent Care
  31. Hepatitis B Vaccine  The vaccine is offered to school nurses, custodial staff and other employee groups. If you are in a designated group you will be notified.  Three shot series – MUST take all 3 to be effective.  Initial, one month, 6-months  Boosters are not currently recommended for those who previously received the vaccine.
  32. Proper Clean Up Procedures Always restrict area so others won’t come into contact with spill.
  33. Blood or OPIM Clean Up Step 1  Use absorbent materials such as paper towels to soak up the spilled materials.  Wipe up all remaining spilled material.
  34. Blood or OPIM Clean Up Step 2  After removing visual remainders of the spill, clean the area with a disinfectant active against BBP (As per the container label and EPA registered disinfectant).  Wipe the area free of the disinfectant.
  35. Blood or OPIM Clean Up Step 3  Apply disinfectant a final time, allowing agent to set for prescribed “dwell time” or to air dry.  Dispose of gloves and other materials in leak proof bag.
  36. Glove Removal Technique
  37. BE SAFE FROM THE START Click on the Link Below To Take the On-line Quiz and Print the Participation Form