Online training course - Blood-Borne Viruses
This 'Blood-Borne Viruses' training course helps to understand what blood born viruses are, what types of work may encounter them, how they are spread, and actions after a possible infection.
It will help you to understand:
- what blood-borne viruses (or BBVs) are;
- the types of work where exposure to BBVs may occur and how BBVs are spread;
- the legal duties of employers and employees;
- the action to be taken after possible infection with a BBV;
- and special considerations for first aiders.
Course modules :
- Duties of Employers
- Duties of Employees
- Action after Infection
- Special Considerations for First Aiders
- Self Test
10 questions covering each of the previous modules. A certificate is offered if the test is passed.
The Blood-Borne Viruses course is ideally for:
The Blood-Borne Viruses course timing:
The Blood-Borne Viruses course takes approximately 35 minutes to complete. You are purchasing one copy of this course, with one attempt at the test at the end.
Tracking of progress takes place on every page of the course. Therefore, if there is a failure for any reason, you can log in again and carry on with the course until completion.
The course contains an interactive self assessment with multiple choice questions to test your understanding of the contents of the course. On successful completion of the test, you will receive a downloadable certificate of competency which you may print.
How to buy and do the course
Each course costs £14.95+vat (£17.94) which you order and pay for online. Payment is via paypal, which allows you to use a debit or credit card. We are not given any of the payment or personal details.
When you purchase a course - you are buying one copy of the course which contains tutorial material and a test. The test has a passmark of 75%, and you get one go at the test. If you fail it, you must buy another copy and have another go.
See the 'Help' option below for more details about how to buy and do this course.
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- CDM Regs
- Chemical Safety
- Confined Spaces
- COMAH 2015
- Computer Safety
- COSHH Assessment
- Driving Safely
- Drugs & Alcohol at Work
- Electrical Regulations
- Electrical Safety
- Environmental Management
- Environmental Management Offshore
- Environmental Management Regulations
- Fire Safety
- Fire Safety Regulations
- Flammable Liquids
- Hand Arm Vibration
- Heat Stress
- Legionnaires' Disease
- Manual Handling
- Noise at Work
- Radiation Awareness
- Risk Assessment
- Safety Matters
- Safety Signs
- Safe Use of Compressed Gases
- Safe Use of Fixed Machines
- Safe Use of Small Tools
- Spill Prevention and Control
- Transporting Dangerous Goods
- Working Alone
- Working at Heights
- Workplace Transport Safety