OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens (BBP), HIPAA, and First Aid Courses

    • Bloodborne Pathogens Courses – Customized Industry Specific.
    • 100% Online Training & Test – Developed by Well Qualified Instructors.
    • Printable Course Completion Certificate.

BBP (Bloodborne Pathogens) Placenta EncapsulatorsBloodborne Pathogens for Doulas & Placenta Encapsulators
Audience: Doulas, Placenta Encapsulators
Certificate: Printable (PDF) | Course Curriculum : Click Here
BBP for Healthcare and Laboratory WorkersBloodborne Pathogens for Healthcare & Laboratory Workers
Audience: Healthcare & Laboratory Workers
Certificate: Printable (PDF) | Course Curriculum : Click Here
Schools & Childcare ProvidersBloodborne Pathogens for Schools & Childcare Providers
Audience: Schools & Childcare Providers
Certificate: Printable (PDF) | Course Curriculum : Click Here
General WorkplaceBloodborne Pathogens for General Workplace
Audience: All General Workplace
Certificate: Printable (PDF) | Course Curriculum : Click Here
First AidFirst Aid – Basic Course
Audience: All
Certificate: Printable (PDF)
Course Curriculum : Click Here

Bloodborne pathogens (BBP) training is legally required (first time and annually) by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for employees who may be exposed to bloodborne pathogens. Among other advantages, the Steri-Safe Preferred Service is designed to make fulfilling your annual OSHA requirement both convenient and worry-free.

The Biologix Solutions LLC’s 100% Online training courses adheres to OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.1030 for bloodborne pathogens training. Rest assured that this training will satisfy your OSHA requirements so you won’t incur fines in an OSHA audit.

Who needs Bloodborne Pathogens Training?

  • Health Care Providers
  • CPR and First Aid Providers
  • Custodians and Janitorial Professionals
  • Teachers
  • Coaches and Personal Trainers
  • Tattoo Artists
  • Plumbers and Electricians
  • Child Day Care Providers
  • Adult Day Care and Assisted Living/AFC
  • Construction, General Workplace and General Industry with CPR/FirstAid Duties
  • Anyone who may come in contact with blood or body fluid for any reason.