Approx 1.5 Hr



$35.00 / Person


BOOK REQUIRED, not included in cost.

Comes with Bloodborne Pathogens Participation Card.

Books can be purchased at: http://aha.channing-bete.com/


(If you pay with credit card, a $4.00 fee per student will be added)





OSHA’S bloodborne pathogens standard protects employees who work in occupations where they are at risk of exposure to blood or other potentially infectious materials. This standard requires employers to develop written document to explain how they will implement each standard, provide training to employees, and protect the health and safety of their workers.


AHA Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens uses PACT:

  • Act when exposed
  • Clean yourself and the area involved
  • Tell or report any exposure


Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens is intended for workers in the commercial market who
must receive training per OSHA Standard 1910.1030, and those who work in:

  • Child care
  • Schools
  • Maintenance
  • Security
  • State Corrections Facilities
  • Tattoo Design
  • Industry and Manufacturing
  • Fortune 1500 Companies
  • Occupational Health
  • Property Management
  • Hospitality
  • Health and Fitness


This course can be completed in 1 hour, creating an efficient stand-alone course or add-on to First Aid or CPR training.











Are your SDS (Formerly MSDS) files in order?  Do you have the proper signage?  Let us help assist you in becoming OSHA compliant.

Certified By the AHA  I  HEARTSAVER   I   Adult, Child & Infant   I   WORKPLACE TRAINING PROGRAM

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What you need to do, to prepare for the class.

Please wear loose, comfortable clothing.  You will be practicing skills that require working on your knees, bending, standing, and lifting.  If you have any physical conditions that might prevent these activities, please tell me.  I may be able to adjust the equipment if you have back, knee or hip problems.  We will use powder free vinyl/nylon gloves.


We ask that you refrain from smoking until class is over.  Remove any lipstick and wash your hands before handling manikins.  Also refrain from eating while working with the manikins.  A barrier device well be available and should be used when directed.  In addition if you have any type of infectious disease, such as an upper respiratory infection or open scores on your mouth or hands, it is asked that you defer manikin practice until you are well.



Most listed items are provided for training and discussion, they are also available for purchase.

Books can be purchased at: http://aha.channing-bete.com/