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Formaldehyde spills

Safe Autopsy procedure

Post BBP exposure procedures

General Bloodborne Pathogens Training

Opening a formaldehyde cube

TSE (CJ) disease precautions

TB Exposure Plan

Stryker saw safety

Job Safety Analysis for Frozen Sections

 

Take the 2014 Competency exam (9 questions)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Revised 07/20/2014

 

Pathology House officers make up less than 5% of our workforce and yet they were involved in 25% of the employee injuries in the year 2001. What's worse is that the types of injuries that are common to House Officers result in the potential exposure to Blood Borne Pathogens. Of these, the most common incident is a dissecting accident. Our data points to the clear need to focus our safety efforts on you and your colleagues.

 

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