Recording of training presented on campus:
Click this 40-minute recording of BBP training link to view the presentation by the campus nurse on November 18, 2009. It is also available through the
Health and Public Services website link, "H&PS In-Services".
DVD copies of the training have been distributed to the campus libraries and areas with several positions requiring the training. This is not a professional recording, but may work for some individuals or groups needing training. Please contact Carrie Haefner at firstname.lastname@example.org or 515-964-6288 if you do not have access to a DVD and would like to borrow one.
Training for groups: Ann Wolfinger, Safety Specialist in DBR, is certified to teach BBP and may be available to present BBP traing to groups. Ann can be reached at 515-964-6896 or email@example.com. Sandy Foster, Campus Nurse, typically presents BBP training to groups in the Health Services area. Sandy can be reached at 515-964-6352 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Training presented by other sources:
Training can be presented by anyone who is knowledgeable in the subject area. Page 9 of the DMACC Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan, available at the web link below, lists the items that must be included in the training to fulfill OSHA requirements.
Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan web link:
Click here to view the exposure control plan (pdf). You may want to print the plan and have it available in a notebook in common lab or work areas. Please be sure to provide this web link to those employees receiving training (https://www.dmacc.edu/hr/documents/bbpathogenplan.pdf).
Reporting Training Information to HR:
Page 20 of the DMACC Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan, available at the web link above, contains the form used to report completion of BBP training. This form can also be used to report completion of Right to Know (RTK) or Formaldehyde (FOR) training.