True or False
____1. Standard Precautions means that you treat blood and body secretions from all other persons as if they were contaminated with bloodborne pathogens.
____2. Hand sanitizer is the most effective means of disease prevention.
____3. Bloodborne pathogens are carried in blood and body fluids that may contain blood. They enter the body through intact skin.
____4. There are vaccines available to protect you from Hepatitis C and HIV.
____5. School nurses, athletic trainers, and selected special education staff are examples of school employees who should receive the Hepatitis B vaccine.
____6. Allow students to pinch their own nose during a nosebleed.
____7. Contact with dried blood that has been on a sink for 5 days offers no risk of infection.
____8. Human bites that cause bleeding can transmit bloodborne pathogens.
____9. All exposures to blood or body fluids should be reported to the principal and the nurse.
____10. A significant exposure to bloodborne pathogens will allow you to receive a free and confidential medical evaluation.
____11. The hepatitis B vaccine consists of 3 shots which provides immunity against all bloodborne pathogens.
____12. All classroom teachers should have immediate access to gloves to prevent exposure to bloodborne pathogens.
____13. A custodian should be called to clean up body fluids.
____14. Only the EPA approved germicidal solutions are allowed to be used in the clean up of body fluids.
____15. KPS's Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure Control Plan is only available on an emergency basis.
____16. All employees are expected to perform first aid using Bloodborne Pathogen Policy guidelines.
____17. Red biohazard containers filled with objects such as syringes, needles, and lancets are located in the nurse's office.
____18. Handwashing after using the restroom is the primary means of prevention against Hepatitis A.
____19. Many people with bloodborne pathogens seem healthy and show no symptoms.