Record Keeping & OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogen Standard


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Which federal agency is primarily responsible for regulating employee rights and safety in the workplace?

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1. Hepatitis B, hepatitis C, and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) are examples of _____.

2. Which of the following is NOT information required on medical records of employees exposed to bloodborne pathogens in the workplace?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz and worksheet review what you know about safety, the types of records kept and the standards for the healthcare environment. You'll review common record-keeping practices and the agency charged with securing healthcare employee rights and safety.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Use this quiz and worksheet to help you review what you know about:

  • The agency responsible for regulating employee rights and safety
  • Keeping employee records for those exposed to bloodborne pathogens at work
  • What a sharps injuries log is and how long you need to keep records for
  • Who has access to records upon request

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - revisit what you know about record keeping of bloodborne pathogens to answer questions about the type of information to record
  • Information recall - see if you can remember what hepatitis B and hepatitis C are examples of
  • Interpreting information - review what you know about record keeping of pathogens incidents to see if you interpreted who can access the confidential information

Additional Learning

If you'd like a closer look at this topic, see the provided lesson, Record Keeping & OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogen Standard. This lesson offers a deeper review of:

  • What OSHA is
  • Defining bloodborne pathogens
  • What the Bloodborne Pathogens Standard is
  • The different categories of information required in the records
  • General guidelines and rules for record keeping