Bloodborne Pathogen / HIV
Annual Renewal Quiz
The two most likely and common bloodborne pathogens to be exposed to in the workplace are Hepatitis and HIV.
Typically, the most likely way to be exposed to a bloodborne pathogen is _____?
A stick with a need or other sharp object.
Infected blood or blood-containing material entering your eye, nose, or mouth or an opening in your skin.
All of the above.
None of the above.
What does the abbreviation PPE stand for?
Personal Protection Exposure
Private Personal Equipment
Personal Private Equipment
Personal Protective Equipment
Which of these options would be a responsible way to prevent and/or react to bloodborne pathogen exposure: (Check all that apply)
Make sure you always have immediate access to PPE.
Wear PPE whenever there is any potential risk of BBP exposure.
Warn other rescuers or bystanders to avoid exposure until they can put on PPE.
Quarantine any area exposed to blood until it can be cleaned appropriately.
Protect custodians from being exposed to bloodborne pathogens by properly disposing of any contaminated materials.
Which of these options is NOT a good idea for protecting yourself in the workplace.
Wearing leather work gloves to prevent exposure
Reporting possible exposure to administration
Using nitrile or non-latex gloves when cleaning an area after potential exposure
Which acronym will help you remember the steps for potential BBP/HIV exposure:
Plan, Activate, Evaluate, Treat
Prepare, Action, Evaluate, Tell
Protect, Gloves, Clean, Report
Protect, Act, Clean, Tell
What does the "T" in the acronym stand for:
Have you considered who you would report exposure to?
Would the person you report a potential exposure to know how to complete the appropriate form to document your possible exposure?
I don't know
Who has the MOST responsibility to protect you from Bloodborne Pathogen exposure? (choose only ONE option)
Should be Empty: