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Check your team's knowledge with a bloodborne pathogens quiz

Identify and close knowledge gaps on content delivered in person, on the job, or in any other learning intervention with this free bloodborne pathogens quiz.

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Why take a bloodborne pathogens quiz

Whether you work in the healthcare industry or are in contact with a sharps container, your teams are at an increased risk to bloodborne pathogens – but they may not be aware of the full extent of the dangers. Bloodborne pathogens can cause life-threatening infections, so it’s critical that workers receive proper training in order to protect themselves and others in the workplace.

One of the most common bloodborne viruses in the world that can cause life-threatening liver disease and cancer is the hepatitis B virus (HBV). HBV is spread through contact with blood or other body fluids from an infected person. A person can become infected with HBV during tattooing, body piercing, or when sharing needles, razors or other sharp instruments with someone who has HBV. Currently, there is no vaccine to prevent HBV infection, but there is a vaccine to prevent hepatitis B disease. This has led to an estimated 1.4 million people in the United States with chronic HBV infection and over 5,000 deaths every year from hepatitis B-related liver disease.

That’s why we’ve put together this bloodborne pathogens quiz to ensure that your workers are up-to-date with the latest regulations and safety practices. And the best part is that your team’s can access this bloodborne pathogens quiz on their preferred device whenever they have 5 minutes to spare – whether that’s on their commute, in between tasks, or before they finish up for the day.

Why take a bloodborne pathogens quiz
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Send a bloodborne pathogens quiz to your team today

With this bloodborne pathogens quiz, you can identify and close knowledge gaps so your workers can easily recall how to guard against infection and other pathogen dangers when handling sharps or blood. This knowledge is critical for protecting the safety and health of your workers, as it teaches them how to safely work with individuals who may be infected with a bloodborne illness. Not only is this a risk to your workers, it’s also important to ensure that your organization is compliant with government regulations. With regular checks, your team will be more confident with how to handle equipment and situations that may be an increased risk of bloodborne pathogens and other potentially infectious materials. 

Plus, you’ll also get access to your team’s results ​​so you can understand individual workers’ knowledge gaps, as well as overall performance once the quiz is complete. For teams that require more regular refresher training, you’ll also have the option to deliver the bloodborne pathogens quiz to your learners in bite-sized chunks, at regular intervals. This allows your team to reinforce their knowledge at their own pace, making them more likely to recall and implement what they learned sooner than if they were to have completed a one-off training program. So, don’t delay! Quiz your team for free today.

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Example questions from our bloodborne pathogens quiz

Question 1: The HBV vaccine makes one immune to Hepatitis B - made from a weaker version of the virus, it helps our immune system recognize, respond , and remember how to fight it.

Question 2: Any instance that you've been potentially exposed to bloodborne pathogens or other potentially infectious materials (OPIM) as defined in the standard that results from the performance of your duties.

Question 3: Exposure incidents can lead to:

Question 4: Within how many days should we provide you with, the copy of your evaluating healthcare professional’s written opinion upon completion?

Question 5: In blood donation centers, wearing gloves is necessary when:

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