Bloodborne Pathogen

The Bloodborne Pathogen (BBP) course teaches the correct precautions for emergency situations that involve contact with blood, bodily fluids or other potentially infectious materials. The on-site American Heart Association (AHA) training teaches the leading industry standards required for healthcare providers and OSHA compliance.

Enroll today to learn how to handle different dangerous bloodborne (BBP) accidents.

CPR Plus delivers convenient in-person training to your office space to accommodate your company’s schedule. We also help individuals who are seeking BBP certification by offering classes at multiple locations throughout the St. Louis.

Upon successful completion of the course, a certification card will be issued within 24 hours or even the same day of the class. The card is valid for two years.

The BBP training course provides the latest updates and techniques including the following areas:

  • Defining bloodborne pathogens
  • Understanding modes of transmission and contraction
  • Preventing transmission and contraction
  • Learning how to use personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Practicing proper clean-up procedures
  • Exposure control plans
  • Universal precautions
  • The importance of a Hepatitis B Vaccination
  • Post-exposure follow-up
  • Hazard communication and record keeping

This class is designed for workplace staff members who require BBP OSHA-compliant safety training. Employees with positions in factories, correctional officers, childcare workers, security guards, maintenance workers, school personnel, hotel housekeepers, health and fitness club staff, and tattoo artists will benefit from the knowledge shared within the course.

Contact CPR Plus today to register for the BBP training or a BBP renewal course in the St. Louis area.

CPR Plus offers another unique way to become BBP certified. The HeartCode® BBP program is a great option for students who want to learn outside of the traditional classroom setting. This two-part, online opportunity gives students the freedom to review material at their own pace.