Bloodborne Pathogen Training
All employees, students, and affiliates at risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens must participate in annual bloodborne pathogen training. This includes those who handle human blood, tissues, primary human cell lines, and certain human body fluids. The program may include principal investigators, nurses, physicians, laboratory workers, residents, students, and others. Please note that at UF there are secretaries, custodial workers, and teachers included in the at risk group due to the nature of the work they perform.
BBP/BMW Training is conducted through departmental BBP Training Coordinators who have access to an on-line Sakai training session created by the Biosafety Office.
In addition, the Biosafety Office will conduct the following training sessions:
February 27th 2014 – EPI Building, Rm. 150 2:00 – 3:30pm
March 11th 2014 – Cancer & Genetics Auditorium 9:30 – 11:00 am
April 4th 2014 – The Brain Institute, Rm. LG 110A&B 2:00 – 3:30pm
To register, email your name, department, title and UFID number to firstname.lastname@example.org