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Tit Preventing Hepatitis C requires: |

| Administering the appropriate vaccine |

| Implementing infection control practices |

| Isolating all workers showing symptoms of Hepatitis C |

| All of the above |

What happens when a worker in a high-risk area doesn't wish to undergo the Hepatitis B vaccination? |

| The worker must be transferred to a low-risk area. |

| The employer must keep a signed declination on file. |

| The worker has no choice; the vaccination is mandatory. |

| All other workers in that area must be notified that the worker has not had the vaccination. |

You should wash your hands with an alcohol-based hand rub: |

| Whenever your hands are visibly contaminated |

| To prevent allergic reactions to disinfectant soap |

| When soap and water are not available |

| All of the above |

For persons working in an area of potential risk, bloodborne pathogens training is required: |

| Annually |

| Every six months |

| Every two years |

| Whenever the standard changes |

What are bloodborne pathogens? |

| Characteristics that are genetically passed from parent to child, which appear at birth |

| Microorganisms that are present in human blood and can cause disease in humans |

| Components of blood such as red and white blood cells which are necessary to fight infection |

The correct steps for cleaning up blood are:  

1. Wipe up all visible blood.

2. Apply freshly mixed bleach solution or approved disinfectant to the area.

3. Allow the bleach to sit or soak on the area for 10 minutes, or the amount of time specified on the disinfectant.4. Wipe up the bleach or disinfectant. |

| True |

| False |

The OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens standard requires an Exposure Control Plan. |

| True |

| False |

The Needle Stick Safety and Prevention Act requires companies to maintain a sharps injury log that:   |

| Provides privacy for the...