Environmental Contract Operations Safety

Read the "Bloodborne Pathogens" Document and Take the Quiz Below!

1. The three most common bloodborne pathogens are: Hepatitis B Virus (HBV), Hepatitis C Virus (HCV), Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
2. Bloodborne pathogens can be transmitted by ingestion, through blood and certain bodily fluids.
3. Certain bloodborne pathogens can still be infectious for days outside the body. Hepatitis B can live in dried blood for up to a week and Hepatitis C can survive for up to four days.
4. Treat all blood and certain body fluids as if they were known to be infectious with bloodborne pathogens.
5. Just be sure to lightly rinse your hands after you have been exposed to blood or any other bodily fluid.

Read the "Stairway Safety" Document and Take the Quiz Below!

Always carry a load with both hands while going up or down the stairs.
Make sure your shoes are tied before using any stairway.
When walking with others, set a good example by walking up and down the stairs carefully while using the handrail.
Report or clean up spills or trash found on the stairs.
Report any situation in which there is insufficient lighting provided on any workplace stairway, indoors or outdoors.
Never run up or down the stairs and avoid distractions like reading a newspaper or looking at your cell phone.
Stair landings are good storage areas.

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