This training offered by the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health provides an overview of on bloodborne pathogens and the North Carolina law rules that govern exposure to these pathogens.
Describe an exposure incident that would trigger further action under the NC bloodborne pathogen rules
Distinguish between a “source person” and an “exposed person”
Identify where to find the rules that apply to nonoccupational (“community”) exposures
Evaluate a scenario to determine whether there has been an exposure requiring follow-up under the rules
Describe the “24-hour hold” rule for people involved in an exposure who have been arrested